Waymo One

4.9
3.22K reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

The Waymo One app makes it easy to get where you’re going in a comfortable, fully autonomous car — with no human behind the steering wheel. Our vehicles are operated by the Waymo Driver, which is designed to prioritize safety and take the stress out of people’s everyday drives.

Get a fully autonomous ride with Waymo One in the Metro Phoenix area, including Downtown Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, and Scottsdale. In San Francisco, download the app and we’ll reach out when it’s your time to ride.

Built with you in mind:

• Get around safely: The Waymo Driver has driven millions of miles on the road and billions of miles in simulated scenarios, helping you get to your destination safely and comfortably.
• Miles of confidence: The Waymo Driver knows your local roads and shows you what it’s seeing along the way.
• Enjoy your journey: Unwind in the backseat of your clean car. Spend time catching up with a friend, play some music, or simply take a nap. You’ll look forward to every ride.

How the Waymo Driver works:

• Multilayered suite of sensors. Our cameras, lidar, and radar work together so the Waymo Driver can see up to three football fields away in all directions, day and night. Safety is our top priority, so the Waymo Driver is trained and tested to carefully navigate in all driving situations and get you to your destination, stress free.

How do I get a ride with Waymo One?

• If you’re in Metro Phoenix (Downtown Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale, and Chandler), download the Waymo One app and enter your destination to request a ride. When your car arrives, it will be fully autonomous.
• If you’re in San Francisco, download the Waymo One app and we’ll reach out when it’s your time to ride.
• Just hop in the back seat, buckle up, and press the Start Ride button.
• Sit back and enjoy your trip! Watch the passenger screen to see what the Waymo Driver sees as it takes you to your destination. Our Rider Support team is always available to help when you need it.
Updated on
Feb 29, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 6 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
Independent security review

Ratings and reviews

4.9
3.12K reviews
Courtney Thompson
November 21, 2023
Affordable and smooth ride. Easy to navigate app. The price offered is the final price since there is no tipping. When will Waymo come to Denver?! The only downside is that the car stayed in the left lane, the entire ride doing exactly the speed limit. The left lane is for passing only, and other cars had to go around on the right. Regardless, I highly recommend it.
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Michael Wyszomierski
October 19, 2023
Obviously the best part is that the cars are fully autonomous. That's so cool. Each ride is consistent: A private, clean, comfortable car with safe driving. I found the experience to be very peaceful. Waymo sometimes took longer than expected to find a drop off point in a busy area (Union Square, SF), so a couple of times I arrived at my destination later than Waymo originally estimated. Just like with a human driver, dropoffs and pickups were easier in less crowded areas.
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Emily
October 20, 2023
My first 2 Phoenix rides last night were very enjoyable, no problems. The vehicle was clean and fun, the ride felt safe and lavish. No driver to judge my conversation or destination. More drop-off and pickup locations needed. Sometimes the walk is long despite good pickup options being available. If you can stop on a side street with no shoulder, why not stop in a private pull-thru or parking space adjacent to a public road? This limits the use for apartment complexes and office spaces.
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What's new

Now serving all of San Francisco.