5 Best Food Delivery apps for iPhone and Android in 2020

Gone are the days when we had to wait in long queues, listen to grumpy waiters, and still had to give 10% of the total bill as a tip. With the internet’s boom and a constant transformation in mobile apps, the food industry has revolutionized. Today, we can browse through 100s of different cuisines, pick our favorites and order them in a few taps.

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The best part? These apps are ready to walk the extra mile through satiating the customer’s taste buds and offering the best user experience.

Let’s have a look at the 5 best iPhone and android food delivery apps.

  1. Seamless

Seamless is reckoned by its name.

Customers get a “seamless” user experience with this app; it provides ample and more cuisines to choose from and waives off all delivery charges. Moreover, you can sort restaurants based on dishes and customer ratings. Not only that, but Seamless also offers a host of payment gateway options such as cash on delivery, e-wallet payments, credit & debit card payments.

Besides, it also offers discounts and giveaways on special occasions. If you face any problems, you can get in touch with the app’s 24/7 support.

The app is available for both Android and iOS.

  1. DoorDash

Doordash was founded in 2013 by a group of Standford students. Available across 300 plus cities, DoorDash has made waves in the food delivery business.

The USP of this food delivery app is that that it offers Korean, European, Mexican, Italian, and Brazilian cuisines along with the regular menu.

It offers salient features like:

      • No minimum orders
      • You can schedule your orders
      • Digital payment options such as credit/debit card
      • Realtime tracking

The app is available for both Android and iOS

  1. GrubHub

Grubhub has carved a niche for itself in the online food delivery space. It has a strong presence in 1000+ cities and 40000+ restaurant partners.

Along with offering all the essential features of a food delivery app, GrubHub lets you filter restaurants based on your location. This comes handy, especially when you have multiple addresses registered on your account. So, you don’t need to enter a new location every time you open the app.

Besides, all the past orders are saved automatically so customers can directly place orders from the existing list instead of making new orders every single time. And, this features set GrubHub apart from all its competitors.

The app is available for both Android and iOS

  1. Postmates

Postmates is more than a food delivery app. It is not limited to just food delivery, but you can pretty much order anything from this app. The app has recently tied up with retail giant Walmart, making it the most significant grocery delivery app in the USA. Along with delivering groceries, the app offers home delivery of alcohol at your doorstep, which gives it a competitive edge.

Postmates charge a delivery fee for every order, but if you take the monthly plan for $10 a month, you can avail free delivery for all orders more than $25.

Like all the apps mentioned above, the app is also available for Android and iOS.

  1. ChowNow

ChowNow has a unique approach to food delivery. While it offers users to order food from its app, it equips restaurants with digital tools to work from their websites directly. You can find restaurants near you as well as browse the different types of cuisines it offers. It offers all the information you need to find and order the dish that satisfies your hunger.

Having said that, ChowNow pricing depends hugely on the restaurant charges and the location. So when you pick a restaurant, ChowNow shows the information about that particular restaurant’s charges.

ChowNow is available across all prominent US cities including LA, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, Denver, Portland, and Seattle.

It is also available for Android and iOS.

Wrapping Up

Food delivery apps not only have transformed how we order food; it has given the required exposure to so many small scale food businesses. Now, you don’t need to dash restaurant to restaurant to order two extremely different cuisines. You just have to enter keywords, sort the restaurants, and voila! Your favorite food is ordered in seconds!

Author Bio

This is Sharon Winget, Staff Writer with GoodFirms, a review and rating platform of top IT companies & software. A tech geek at heart, I firmly believe technology can transform societies. I enjoy blogging about web design, email marketing, and content marketing.

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