JoyRun rewards you for helping others – and rewards them for helping you. JoyRun works at every restaurant, café, supermarket and bodega. By placing orders together in your community, the app makes it more affordable and efficient to get what you want. It’s a fun way to connect with your neighbors – fellow chai latte aficionados, midnight wings lovers, and folks who like to do afternoon errands.
Stuck in class or at the office? Request a run from your favorite spot. A community member will bring food to you – and it’s less expensive than delivery!
We constantly update the JoyRun app to ensure the best experience for our users.
Here are the enhancements in the latest release:
-Social media sharing fixes for select users
Ratings and Reviews
Very convenient, could use improvement
I do love this app; it is very convenient for a freshman in college who isn't allowed to have a car on campus.
I do think the app should be more improved in a way where it shows you an ETA to your door, not just an ETA to the restaurant itself. It’s bit annoying having to guess when they will arrive or having to ask them to text you when they’ll get here every single time.
I do also think that the runners should have a sticker on their car of some sort showing that they are a runner, it’s annoying having to guess what car they are in a parking lot. Or maybe in the app having it show what kind of car they will be driving, that way you know what to look for; kind of like what Uber does.
I still plan on using this app a lot (maybe too much), I just think it could use a few improvements!
This app is a great concept. I love that it allows anyone on campus to both order and deliver food. But, the app has a lot of room for improvement. Making money on the app takes a very long time. If you front $10 for an order and only make $13, you see a very tiny profit about a week later, which isn't great if you don't have a lot of money to front in the first place. Secondly, instead of paying you in one payment, they pay you in multiple small ones which makes things confusing.
Lastly, although I always get a response from costumer service, I rarely get a helpful one. My first problem was resolved after over two weeks of back and forth messaging. My current problem has been answered by 3 different people, none of which are able to answer my question or point me to someone who does. It's very frustrating.
In the end, this app has potential. But they have a lot of work do to.
Very janky notifications and messaging system and also why give $5 option for delivery
First of all, I want to say I love the idea of delivery application. I was talking to my friends saying this would be great. And it can be great if they can fix some things. First of all, I have been using this app for quite a while and they haven’t fixed the messaging and update system. You do get the notification on the top pf the screen but when you go to the app to see the message, sometimes it doesn’t show the new messages for quite a while until you forcibly close the app and then re log on.
Secondly, I think letting the deliverers choose the price of the delivery isn’t good. For the most part, most people choose $5 for delivery fee, which is pretty absurd when you look at other places that deliver to your door for much less, wheres this is $5 to pick up the delivery outside. Kind of ironic.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.