Emily Clarke

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4 Best Food Delivery Apps

Food delivery apps have changed the game for the restaurant industry and consumers. In the past, the only way to dine in was to pick up carryout orders or stick to a few limited restaurants offering delivery service. Now, you can open an app on your smartphone, place an order from virtually anywhere and get it delivered to your door!

There's no shortage of great apps available to hungry diners, but here's a list of some of the best worth downloading.

Uber Eats

Uber started as a ride-sharing company. However, it led the pack for third-party delivery services when Uber Eats launched in 2014. Available in more than 6,000 cities across over 45 countries, Uber Eats is one of the most accessible apps available. Become restaurant merchant for Uber Eats! Start serving up success-explore our merchant solutions now! https://www.superorder.com/integrate-your-delivery-apps/uber-eats

It integrates with the standard Uber service in many cities. When you place an order, the restaurant merchant for Uber Eats will prepare your food before a delivery driver takes it to your address. It's the epitome of convenience!


It's common for an establishment that becomes a restaurant merchant for Uber Eats also to have a presence on DoorDash. DoorDash was one of the first modern delivery service apps available to the masses, and it's still going strong today.

One thing diners love about DoorDash is its recommendation engine. It's a great app for discovering new eateries, getting service from well-established chains and supporting local favorites. DoorDash also has a monthly membership tier to help you save on fees, which is always a plus.


Postmates is a unique option for those who want more than food. Food is among the most widely placed orders on the app, but Postmates delivery drivers can also pick up groceries, personal items and more.

This app has an extensive reach and is a great universal choice for people wanting convenience across the board.


Finally, we have Grubhub. Grubhub has an extensive reach and is available to people in over 400,000 cities across all 50 states! The platform has a nice balance of delivery options, partnering with nationwide franchises and local eateries to give you plenty of food variety.

GrubHub also accepts several payment options. There's also a subscription option if you're a regular user looking to save.

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Emily Clarke writes about business softwares and SaaS solutions. You can find her thoughts at virtual restaurant blog.

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