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What is a Maestro app? I am a new driver and I was told to check it out. Not really finding it.

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 Posted 5 years, 8 months ago

Also, is it free?


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    175 Driver
     5 years ago

    It is MYSTRO...and it works pretty well. I have used it for two days now. The main thing that I love is that it "does your paperwork for you"...switching you out of one app into another and taking you offline of the app for the company that is not offering you the ride.

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    3 Rider Driver
     5 years ago

    I used Mystro for their free 2-week trial. Had intermittent trouble with it not turning off Lyft when I was on an Uber ride. But it would turn off Uber when I was on a Lyft ride. I was dinged in my Lyft "acceptance" rate because it kept giving me rides I couldn't take. After reading a bunch of comments about the "trial" version possibly being buggy, I went ahead and signed up on the monthly plan. It's not any better. Another big issue is that Mystro is only available on the Android platform. As a die-hard iPhone user, I bit the bullet and got a cheap Samsung phone just so I could run Mystro. If it doesn't start working better, I'll just cancel it and use two phones. #LearningCurve #Rookie 

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      864 Rider Driver
       5 years ago

      Yuck, really? I didn't know it was just for Android.  What are they doing.

      I continue to hear about how buggy they are. 

      In terms of the rumor mill, they have been in hot waters with Uber and Lyft.  They are making enemies with those big companies and I heard there's a feud brewing.  Someone told me mid-2017 that they won't be around much longer, but I guess they are still chugging along.

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    250 Rider
     5 years ago

    Ah, the reason you cannot find it is because you are spelling it wrong. It's Mystro. 

    As for pricing, it's a subscription based model.  $99 a year or $13 a moth.  so it isn't exactly cheap.