Tech-startup Martı, which introduced Istanbul and Turkey to the electric scooter sharing system – which is very popular in America and in Europe- has become one of Turkey’s most successful technology initiatives since its introduction in 2019 and is increasing its popularity day by day.

Martı’s popular free mobile application available for download on both iOS and Android platforms, which already has 1.000.000 + downloads, has recently been made compatible with Huawei Mobile Services and has found its place in the AppGallery in line with the Huawei users’ wishes.

Huawei’s AppGallery, which is considered the 3rd largest application store in the world, has reached over 8 million registered users and over 5 million monthly active users in Turkey in a short time, but the company continues to expand its ecosystem.

Equipped with HMS infrastructure services such as QR code scanning, contactless transactions, and maps, Martı’s app, which provides a practical solution to Istanbul’s city traffic, has now been offered to millions of AppGallery users.

It needs to be emphasized that Huawei’s AppGallery applies the highest level of validation to protect users’ sensitive data and privacy. Its users have full control over their personal data and their sensitive information – such as biometric data – is never processed outside of the Huawei device.

It also creates a unique user experience for all users by rapidly adding local applications specific to Turkey to the official application store.

Meanwhile, Martı continues its activities in the sector with its locally developed software, expert employees, and millions of customers.

Striding toward its aim to bring a new perspective to the transportation sector in Istanbul and Turkey, Martı also works on protecting the environment with its low carbon emission transporting offer.

After several initiatives in the field of shared EVs service, and as part of the green wave companies that have provided a practical solution to Istanbul’s chaotic city traffic, the company is planning to expand its ridesharing offer with electric vehicles in 2022.

 

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