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 2.99
What's New in Version 2.99?
A survey of GameStop employees concluded video games are “digital” and that we “could probably shove one into the app for no reason.” And when GameStop employees talk, we listen.
…which is a really wordy way of introducing GrubRunner: The Game We Shoved Into the App for No Reason.
We also made our app work in landscape mode on iPad. That move was uninspired by GameStop’s employees. They stopped talking to us to "go play Ocarina of Time” for “like, the 100th time.”
I love ordering from grubhub.
I haven't had any bad experiences thus far. I enjoy ordering and browsing the menus for different places. I live in New York City so there's a lot of variety. For someone like myself it would be very helpful to have pictures, or the option to add pictures from the restaurant, to any menus so that I can get a better understanding of what's being sold, rather than calling the restaurant or searching on Google images (yes, that has happened lol). The recent update for the in-app game is sweet. I like that it's a fun way to earn rewards. The only suggestion I have as far as that goes is to make it into an add on app (sort of like Facebook and Facebook messenger). I'm sure people will download it if it gets them rewards for their grubhub account. One issue I had when I was playing the game was that it cut off because grubhub sent me a notification that my food was coming. It wasn't so bad but I would've rather finished the game before being pulled out of it.
This app is very convenient for me
I love grub hub and specially this app this app is very precise and tells you when the restaurant is open when it's closed on holidays etc. and they put the tips included in the order so you don't even have to tip in cash (it's optional of course tipping with the order) they don't really have a variety of different restaurants where I live but when I do travel and I do travel a lot they do show me different areas of restaurants. I do wish they had a menu with pictures of the food so I can decipher which looks good and which doesn't. But at the end of the day it all depends on how the food taste and that's what counts.
Great when it works, but when it doesn't...
When Grub Hub works it's brilliant; however, when it doesn't their customer service is awful. The lack of consistency combined with poor customer service is leading me back to just calling the restaurant directly. When GrubHub doesn't work they'll blame the restaurant. This entirely defeats the purpose of ordering online. Having to argue for a refund for food GH readily acknowledges was never prepared or delivered (even though you got a text confirming it) and then having to argue for some kind of a credit to compensate for the fact that 90+ minutes later you are trying to whip up a meal for your family is insane. Let's see...90 min + waiting for food that never arrived + 15 min arguing and holding all to save a five min call to the restaurant...maybe not as convenient as they advertise.
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Mar 27, 2015
- Version: 2.99
- Size: 49.1 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.