Order home delivery food through Uber's drivers
Uber usually causes opposite feelings. On the one hand, its business model seems crazy and exploitation of its workers but, on the other, the prices of taxis are so high that sometimes you do whatever it takes to avoid catching one, and that includes wearing out your shoes. And now here we have the latest idea by Uber, Uber Eats, the guys that bring you to your doorstep the food from your favorite restaurant downtown.
Receive your favorite food from your favorite restaurants, with deliveries as speedy as Uber.
How does it work?
In the first place, the restaurant has to agree on home delivery through Uber. Once you open the app, you'll see all the nearby restaurants that are open and that use this service. Just access the menu, customize your meal, and make your order. You'll have to pay using your Uber account (they don't accept cash) and follow the process from the precise moment you place the order until it arrives at home. It's very easy but if you were to have any problem, Uber's customer services will be delighted to help you out.
It works with over 100 restaurants in your city to offer you the best local food from a single app.
Don't know what to eat?
Feeling hungry but don't know what you fancy? No problem because Uber has included a great search tool to help you choose between loads of delicious looking restaurants. These are some of the categories available:
- Ice creams and frozen yogurts.
Where can I use UberEATS?
At present, they are currently expanding its operations all over the world. The locations where the service is available are the following: Auckland, Bangkok, Bogotá, Brussels, Dubai, Hong Kong, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Stockholm, Taipei, Tokyo, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Bombay, New Delhi, Vienna, Warsaw, and plenty of other cities in the USA, Australia, Canada, UK, France, Mexico, Netherlands, and South Africa.
What's new in the latest version
- No changelog available.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 5.0.
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