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Uber has just launched a lightweight version of its app. Targeted at emerging markets such as India, Uber Lite uses just 5MB of storage to offer a service that still manages to retain some of the core features of its regular app. According to Digital Trends, Lightweight apps are particularly for those with unreliable connectivity, limited data plans, or mobile devices with a small amount of storage. Such apps are usually targeted at emerging markets where internet infrastructure is continuing to be developed. Uber Lite was “built in India” but “designed for the world,” the company wrote in a blog post announcing the new app.

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