It is basically a spreadsheet. The app side of things is basically a software that allows me to license the spreadsheet.
Not to be used in a mobile, it was developed to be used in a computer (Windows only). The user basically needs to do the data entry, which was designed to be as simple as...
It still exist. Just head to the website clicking here.
There is a section for Uber income, and a section for any other rideshare income.
Uber has its own area as it is still the service with the biggest market share.
Guys, the spreadsheet has been updated once more, we are now on version 4.0 :smiles:
Many improvements on the latest version, such as Uber Eats, "cents per kilometre" deduction method and yearly income method.
Melbournians, once more the spreadsheet has been updated and the version 4.0 is now available for download.
I added Uber Eats, "cents per kilometre" as a deduction method, yearly income method, and many other improvements :thumbup:
In the Uber Partner website, you will find the weekly summary data in the "Payment Statements" tab. Under "Weekly Earnings" you will find how many Completed Trips and Online hours. Under "Statements", you will find all the charges.
You can also check this demonstration video if needed (see at...