When a user opens the Google Maps ride services mode, they’ll now see pricing and options from the ride-hailing providers ( full support for Uber and partial support for Lyft, Gett, or Hailo).

Uber takes things a step further, as it has struck a deal with Google for users to book Uber rides from directly within the Google Maps app. With this update, Google Maps now feels a bit more like the native apps those services already offer. Instead of showing you a list with only a few ride options, the app now shows a map with the location of nearby cars and a larger list of options for each service.

The Google Maps updates are now rolling out on the App Store and Google Play.