Watch out, Uber — Waze is making its way into the ride-sharing market

A page from the Waze app is seen in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. A sheriffs’ organization is broadening its concerns about the popular Waze mobile traffic app. Now it says a feature that lets drivers warn others about nearby police cruisers not only presents a threat to police safety from potential cop-killers, it also interferes with the ability to write speeding tickets.

The GPS- based application Waze is expanding its horizons and trying to get into the ride-sharing market.

Watch out, Uber — the Waze ride-sharing option seems to be very promising!

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