India languages that Uber is looking at are Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali and Gujarati.
Online cab aggregator Uber, under the leadership of Dara Khosrowshahi, is making a renewed effort to win back India market.
Hoping to expand its user base as well as increasing its popularity in tier-III cities, Uber has introduced a data-light version of its app. Realising that it needs to increase its user base beyond the English-speaking population, the firm has launched the Uber Lite app in seven Indian languages. While Uber did not elaborate on its local language plans, the company, which has a strong team of more than 150 engineers, data scientists, analysts, language experts based out of Bengaluru and Hyderabad, is planning to go for a major overhauling in its app to bring in regional language speakers into its fold.