10 Best Food Delivery Apps… Gone are the days of calling restaurants to place an order, only to be met with terrible customer service, an erratic member of staff, or being left on hold for an eternity.

Now, with just a few taps of your smartphone, food delivery apps will bring you whatever you want, whenever you want it, right to your door!

However, we’ve selected a list of the 10 best food delivery apps:

UberEats

The app is intuitive, and you can easily search for your favorite restaurant or browse through the different categories to find something new. If you want, you can schedule your delivery for a time of your convenience, and then track it in real-time, just like ordering an Uber.

GrubHub

GrubHub is a food delivery app that allows you to place orders immediately or up to four days in advance.

They’ve partnered with a variety of nation-wide chains and local independent restaurants, making them a great choice if you’re looking for a broad range of options. You can order from over 50,000 restaurants across 1,100+ cities.

DoorDash

All you have to do is enter your zip code, and DoorDash will provide you with a list of all the participating restaurants in your area and their approximate wait times.

If you’re a first time user, you’ll get some discounts and deals, like free delivery or 20% off your first order.

DoorDash is available in 4,000 cities across North America, Canada, and Australia

Seamless

Seamless is another big multi-purpose food delivery app, offering users everything from groceries to alcohol. However, aside from its food delivery service, it’s known for having excellent customer service.

They’ve been criticized in the past for problems with the app, and for not allowing customers to pay with different payment methods.

Postmates

Like other delivery apps on the list, Postmates deliver more than just-food.

You can get groceries, cell-phone chargers, pizza, kitchen supplies, medicine, and thousands of other items delivered to your door from one of the biggest catalogs of participants of any food delivery app in the business. Postmates adds a delivery charge to your order and includes surge pricing during the busiest times of the day.

Instacart

Instacart is a food delivery app that specializes in bringing you groceries and household goods.

It partners with over 20,000 retailers in North America, including Aldi, Costco, Safeway, and CVS.

Once you add your zip code, Instacart searches its database for all participating stores within your area and presents you with the available options.

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GoPuff

GoPuff is the convenience store of food delivery apps.

You can pretty much order whatever you want when it comes to snacks and convenience items.

So, picture this. Let’s say you want to order from Stan’s Doughnuts, but there isn’t one in your town.

Well, that’s not a problem if you’re happy to wait between three to five days, as Goldbelly will make it happen and deliver your doughnuts, or whatever you like, to your door. 

Goldbelly

Goldbelly is a little different from the other delivery apps on our list.

Instead of letting you order food from local restaurants and stores, Goldbelly delivers gourmet food from all over the country.
So, picture this. Let’s say you want to order from Stan’s Doughnuts, but there isn’t one in your town.

Well, that’s not a problem if you’re happy to wait between three to five days. Goldbelly will make it happen and deliver your doughnuts, or whatever you like, to your door.

ChowNow

Although technically not a food delivery app. It does offer a delivery service from a select few restaurants in your local area.

It’s just more geared up for orders that you pick up from your favourite restaurants, as opposed to delivery. So, if you’d rather avoid ordering from a chain, and you like the idea of buying locally, ChowNow could be just right.

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