If you’re tired of….
- Limiting income by only driving for one rideshare service
- Earning less as a result of Lyft and Uber constantly lowering their rates
- Spending too much time waiting for passenger requests
…then you need to check out Mystro.
It’s an established fact that drivers can make more income by driving for both Lyft and Uber at the same time. When doing this, however, you often have to perform difficult maneuvers that take your eyes off the road and your attention away from your passengers.
The Mystro rideshare app is here to give drivers the best of both worlds.
In order to maximize profit from driving for ridesharing apps, drivers work for both Uber and Lyft. While it sounds simple to pick up passengers from both applications, it can be a pretty taxing task. Good thing another app came along to help out.
- What Is the Mystro app?
- What Are the Benefits of Using Mystro?
- What Are the Features of Mystro?
- How Much Does the Mystro App Cost?
- Where Is the Mystro App Available?
- What Does the Future Hold for Mystro?
Mystro Rideshare App: a Driver’s Best Friend
So what exactly is this app? And what makes it so useful for rideshare drivers? In the following sections, we’ll take a look at the app’s key features, as well as how it works and the benefits you can get from using it when you drive for Uber and Lyft.
Mystro is the app assistant for drivers of both Uber and Lyft. Switching between the two driver apps can be tricky. Often, a driver can overlook closing one app while accepting a ride from the other, which can hurt their acceptance rate or lead to a poor passenger experience (since going offline on one app can distract you from interacting with passengers).
Co-founders Matthew Rajcok, Dwayne Shaw, and Herb Coakley created Mystro to solve the above problems, automating the most frustrating parts of switching between apps.
Mystro automates what could be a lot of fiddling between apps for drivers. This allows drivers to keep their eyes and attention on the road, making it a safer ride.
Mystro allows drivers to increase profitability and productivity by allowing them to drive for both apps according to their preferences without physically switching between the apps. This means no more awkward swiping or worrying about keeping the Uber app in the foreground while you’re waiting for a ride request.
The Mystro driving app has several features that can boost a driver’s profit and productivity while driving for both Uber and Lyft. Here are some of its notable features:
Drivers won’t have to do the switching of apps themselves with Mystro’s auto switch feature. The app lets drivers accept passengers from both Lyft and Uber, and it will also automatically exit one app if the driver accepted a rider from the other.
Trip Requests Filter
Mystro gives drivers the option to only accept trips that will be most profitable with the least amount of effort. This is similar to how email filtering of “spam” messages works. The driver can filter trip requests by the number of minutes it takes to pick up the passengers and also the amount of time to reach the destination.
Want to avoid Lyft Line or UberPOOL requests? Mystro can set it up so drivers won’t receive requests for these kinds of rides, helping you to focus on the services that earn you the most money. Drivers decide which services they want to offer at the moment, be it LUX, Plus, UberX, Black, or UberSUV.
Drivers can keep their eyes on the road for much safer driving, as they won’t have to worry about accepting ride requests. Mystro can automatically accept passengers that fit their preference.
As mentioned earlier, drivers can filter requests by the time it can take to pick up the passenger, but that’s not all. They can also filter requests based on passenger rating. This means they can choose to ignore 1-star or 2-star passenger requests.
Drivers also won’t have to worry about missing out on passengers during a surge. Mystro will still flash those that did not meet their preferences and allow them to accept or ignore these requests.
During its beta testing period earlier this year, the app was totally free, but now drivers can only get it via an invite from another user by keying in their referral code. Earlier this year, however, the app was launched, and drivers can test it for free for at least 10 rides per week. After that, it’s $12 per month or $99 per year.
Mystro is currently available to drivers in every U.S. state where Uber and Lyft operate. It has more than 50,000 users nationwide, and it continues to grow.
Unfortunately, Mystro is only available for Android phones right now, but the founders say they are looking for a way to adapt the Android app for use on iPhones. To join the waitlist for iOS devices, fill out the form on Mystro’s site.
The app is also expected to eventually automate switching for GrubHub, Postmates, DoorDash, and other similar delivery apps. Users are also hoping that Mystro will add in a Surge and Prime Time filter, so we wouldn’t be surprised to see the company add those in the future.
Become a More Efficient, Higher-Earning Rideshare Driver
Sometimes, driving for just one ridesharing app won’t give enough profit to satisfy drivers. To increase this profit, they have to drive for both Uber and Lyft, which are two of the biggest ridesharing apps out there.
However, it’s distracting and possibly even dangerous to fiddle with a phone, switching from one app to the other while on the wheel (not to mention that it can lead to missed rides and hurt your acceptance rating). This is why Mystro is a smart choice for smart drivers.
For other ways you can boost your income as an Uber and Lyft driver, check out these rideshare guides:
- 5 Ways Uber Drivers Can Earn More Money
- Uber Driver Advice: 17 Creative Ways to Make More Money [in 3 Weeks]
For more information about the Mystro Rideshare App, check out this video from The Rideshare Guy:
Have you used the Mystro Rideshare App? How did you find it? Let us know in the comments!