Get Me [something or somewhere]


Description of App: 


Get Me [something or somewhere] is your personal ride & delivery service serving the Dallas, Houston and Austin areas in Texas—but we're expanding quickly!

Can someone just get me something? Or get me somewhere? Whether you couldn’t get it yourself or get there yourself, we’ve all been there. Get Me combines rides and deliveries into one great app experience. Get it now at the touch of a button!

Use this app to:
- Request a ride. Forget the hassle of relying on taxis, friends, or relatives.
- Request a delivery. Just tell us what you need from any nearby store and we'll get it to you.
- Feel safe in knowing that all drivers are fully background-checked and vehicles are safe & comfortable.
- Ride with confidence in vehicles with industry-leading liability insurance.
- Specify what kind of ride you need—car, SUV, motorcycle or even a limo!
- Tell us which store to purchase your delivery items. You're in charge!
- Pay right from the app. No need to pay the driver.
- Rate your experience.

NOTE: This app uses your device's GPS to track your location and runs in the background during rides and deliveries. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known



Free or Paid: 


Device(s) App Was Tested On: 


iOS Version: 


Accessibility Comments: 

Account setup went okay until I reached the screen for entering my credit card number. I typed in all 16 digits. The first twelve numbers disappeared, but the Done button remained Dimmed. I therefore cannot use the app. There is a button to allow scanning the credit card, but I am unwilling to do that unless I can verify the number before submitting it. I contacted support; they are aware of the issue.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads most page elements.

Button Labeling: 

All buttons are clearly labeled.


Some parts of the app are accessible with VoiceOver, but not enough to make it usable.

Other Comments: 

The fact that the app does not work well with VoiceOver was mentioned in one of the reviews on iTunes.