If you use Lyft to get around town and sometimes ride with friends or family, messing around afterward as you split the fare can sometimes be a pain.
With that in mind, the San Francisco-based ridesharing company is about to launch a way to smooth out the process that will make splitting a fare a little bit easier.
To make it happen, Lyft has partnered with mobile payments service Venmo, a PayPal-owned outfit that already has 60 million people using it to split the cost of restaurant meals, pay for coffee or groceries, and so on.
Venmo is a free app (iOS and Android) that can be linked to your bank account or debit card for easy money transfer and management.
Lyft’s new feature will start rolling out this month before landing for all U.S. Lyft riders in the coming weeks.
When the service becomes available, you’ll need to set