Car sharing company Lyft has once again re-affirmed that they have no plans to create a Windows Phone app, saying on twitter:
@mobilemark Hey Mark, we don’t have any plans to support the Windows Phone operating system. You would need an iPhone or Android device.
— Ask Lyft (@AskLyft) September 20, 2015
The statement is in line with their support site, which states:
Currently, we do not support or plan to support the Windows Phone operating system.
Lyft is of course a relatively small company, with a presence in only 65 cities, vs 300 cities and 58 countries for competitor Uber, but one wonders if Lyft could learn some lessons on aggressive expansion and customer service from Uber. Certainly it seems given the obvious choice the 70 million-odd windows phone users will be all too happy using the competition who are actually serving their needs instead.