GrubHub Food Delivery & Takeout
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Hungry? Good. Because that’s what we’re here for. We offer free ordering for delivery or pickup from more than 30,000 restaurants in 800+ cities. Just search by address or current location, find what you’re hungry for, order and enjoy. So, that’s easy. Maybe too easy. We don’t know, but we hope so. #marketing
- Menus, reviews, restaurant information and free ordering from, actually, we already said this: over 30,000 restaurants nationwide.
- Search by cuisine, menu item or specific restaurant and filter restaurants hours, reviews, coupons, etc.
- Pay with cash, credit or PayPal. And if you’re into those last two, you can save your info so you don’t have to enter that stuff more than once.
- Use your current location or enter an address to find nearby takeout spots.
- Save your addresses to order even faster from the places you frequent.
- Track your orders with our not-so-cleverly-named Track Your Grub feature.
- Past orders are saved so you can reorder in a few taps. Pizza, pizza.
- User research told us coupons and discounts are always appreciated, so we have those.
Did we already mention we’re in more than 800 cities? You know, like New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Hartford, Atlanta, Denver, Miami, Phoenix, Seattle and… however many more it takes to get to 800+. We just listed a handful for SEO.
What's New in Version 2.98
From the moment we laid eyes on an iPad during that flight to Tulsa we’ve been saying, “We should have an app that works for that.” And hey, it only took us four years!
How can this be rated less than five stars. Let's look at this. Go back to 1930. Tell someone you're sad. When they ask why tell them you're upset that there's a magic bar that you can hold in your hand. On this magic bar you can access the collective intelligence and knowledge of mankind through all recorded history. Oh and instantaneously communicate with anyone you know over all geographic bounds. They'll be confused and ask, "Why does that make you sad?" You'll respond to let them know that's not why you're sad... You'll tell them there's a magic "app" that allows a wide variety of delicious foods to travel for miles directly to your mouth within MINUTES of your initial desire. All for a fair price plus tip to some kind person that took their time,
vehicle wear, and fuel to feed a total stranger. The 1930s folks will still be perplexed. You'll then explain that's also not why you're sad. You'll state that this app doesn't work in landscape mode. After a brief discussion with the sepia tone crinkled photo ancestry you will promptly be shunned from all of humanity for being the worst person in the history of the world.
Great for Travelers
I travel extensively for work, usually flying into a new city every Sunday. After a day of traveling, the last thing I want to do is drive around an unfamiliar town looking for a place to eat and having no idea what places are good or bad (I don't like fast food chains. Why travel a thousand miles from home and not try the local fare?). After I settle into my hotel, it's just so handy to open up this app and order from a local place that I know will be good after checking out the reviews right in the app. Also, GrubHub has great coverage - I've only come across a handful of cities it didn't work in. Payment is a breeze since you can save your payment method, and there's the convenient option to add a 10%, 15%, or 20% tip with a single tap. It's really great when you find a restaurant that participates in GrubHub's tracking program. You know when your order is received, when it starts cooking, and when it leaves the restaurant for delivery (or is ready for pick up if you choose that option). Overall great app, and it's served me well in my travels.
First of all, life is a busy place. And second, delicious food of any kind at almost any time of day or night hand delivered as quickly as possible right to your door is, or was, pretty much unheard of. Enter Grub Hub. I myself am a city dweller. I do not do much cooking and after working all day I come home to pets, and none of them ever have dinner ready. So I have a seat, get online, browse a ridiculous number of restaurants within minutes, choose something that sounds awesome, click a few tabs and bam....amazing food is on its way.
Then to make them even better, they offer chances to win free food (which I have gotten almost every try) and one evening when our order was extremely late I called them, they contacted the restaurant for me, and the order, which had been misplaced, was not only filled super fast but the restaurant gave us the entire order for free (about $40 with tip) AND Grub Hub also gave me two $5 off coupons for future orders. I've been using this service for about a year and have ZERO complaints. All hail Grub Hub!!!
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Nov 11, 2014
- Version: 2.98
- Size: 45.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: GrubHub Inc
- © 2014 GrubHub, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.