Uber has launched its UberLite service in Dublin, Barcelona and Madrid.
The service, which will be available from Monday, will allow drivers to earn a daily wage by selling rides.
The company said that drivers would earn up to €20,000 a month by being paid through the app.
UberLites, which has a price of €7.95, will be accessible in Dublin and the capital, while drivers will be able to use it from Barcelona, Madrid, and other locations.
The new service is a big step for Uber.
Uber had struggled to break into Ireland in the past, but has been growing in popularity in recent years, with drivers earning more than €3,000 ($4,500) per hour on average in the country.
It is also a key player in the booming ride-hailing market, which it says is valued at $70 billion.