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Taxi Crab

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    Taxi Crab lets you rate and tag taxi drivers in Shanghai, China. Taxi Crab is a free service provided by ExploreMetro, makers of Shanghai's best metro map.

    ** HOW TO USE **

    STEP 1 - Enter your taxi driver's 6 digit code, which should be visible at the front of the taxi.

    STEP 2 - give your taxi driver a rating out of five stars, and add tags!

    STEP 3 - see the results from other users, including average rating and popular tags. We'll even tell you if you have driven with the same taxi driver before!

    ** AVAILABLE TAGS **

    ORDINARY ZHOU
    Safely gets you from A to B

    MR STINKY
    Hold your nose, this driver smells

    SPITTER
    Extra points for distance

    SCENIC ROUTE
    Taking you the long way round

    NEWBIE
    Doesn't know where anything is

    ALL DRESSED UP
    Uniform and white gloves

    SCISSORHANDS
    Those fingernails are scary

    RACECAR DRIVER
    Wants to be in Formula One

    GRANDMA
    Why is everyone overtaking us?

    CHATTERBOX
    Can't stop talking

    KTV STAR
    Can't stop singing

    CASANOVA
    'So, do you have a boyfriend?'

    *** CONTACT US ***

    Enjoy Taxi Crab? Visit www.exploremetro.com to find out more about our awesome metro maps for iPhone and iPad.

    Tags: taxi crab , hong kong mtr

    Users review

    from 9 reviews

    "Great"

    7.6

    Users comments for Taxi Crab

    Roy Alexander

    by Roy Alexander

    May 14, 2014  |  "Poor"

    I rated a driver on my first use of this app. It told me I had used this particular driver 5 times that day, which I hadn't, then nothing.......no menus to show anything else. Bit confused by this app to be honest.

    Jared Mimm

    by Jared Mimm

    Jan 27, 2013  |  "Good"

    Needs a feature to pull up your list of past drivers.

    Dimitri Sokolove

    by Dimitri Sokolove

    Nov 30, 2012  |  "Great"

    Great idea, just downloaded and tested. Please make the same one for Beijing! I live in Beijing, only visit Shanghai from time to time. Beijing needs it badly.