Singapore’s oBike now does deliveries

Geofencing in action on the oBike app. Photo credit: oBike

OBike, a bike-sharing service started from Singapore, has launched a delivery service called oBike Flash. Released a day ago, an app update gives users the option of delivering their items to a destination of their choice.

The company is also calling for users to become couriers. To become an oBike “Flashman,” people can simply download an Android app that will allow them to accept orders.

The new feature was launched soon after oBike announced that it has enabled 10 million rides. However, the startup faces stiff competition from China’s Ofo and Mobike, which see millions of rides a day and have raised far more funding.

We will update this article as we get more information.

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