You can now hail your Uber straight from Facebook's private messaging app, Messenger.
Facebook announced Wednesday that it is partnering with Uber on a new transportation platform within the app. That means that when you're done chatting with friends or using the app to shop, you can also use it to hail a ride.
The integration has been a long time coming. Re/code first reported the two sides were in talks in the summer of 2014, and a more recent update to the app expanding on location sharing and searching essentially set the stage for an Uber-like integration.
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