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Postmates

By Postmates Inc.

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Description

Postmates’ passionate community of drivers and riders is currently delivering in San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Austin, Washington D.C., Miami, Orange County, San Diego, Seattle, Las Vegas, Houston, Dallas, Portland, Phoenix, Denver, San Antonio, Atlanta, Minneapolis, and Charlotte.

Imagine an app that lets you order in from the best restaurants in your city and the delivery person is someone you’d be excited to hang out with. Imagine a service that delivers from places that don’t even offer delivery themselves. Consider a mobile experience so effortless, you simply tap a button and food, booze, electronics, prescriptions, and the raddest retail items arrive at your door in minutes.

Try Postmates for fast, friendly, 24/7 delivery from all your favorite restaurants, supermarkets and shops. Order early morning coffee, mid-day sushi or late night burritos, and take advantage of affordable prices with deliveries starting at $4.99.

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What people are saying about Postmates:

"The hottest delivery startup out of San Francisco [Postmates] is growing like crazy" - Business Insider

"Think of Postmates as the Amazon Prime for the ‘now’ sort of delivery. Two days is just fine on books and socks, but less good when you need an iPhone 5 charger, three tacos, and ibuprofen delivered to your office in about an hour." - TechCrunch

“Postmates... stands out from just grocery deliveries or restaurant services by featuring a roster of places that don’t typically do takeout. Think Momofuku Milk Bar pastries, Niketown and Best Buy.” - NY Post

What's New in Version 2.5.5

• Lots of fixes for Apple Watch app
• Various other improvements

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Customer Reviews

Portlanders, you could do better!

Pros:
You can get delivery from places that don't offer delivery either themselves or through Delivered Dish.

Tracking is cool, like with Uber and Lyft, but most bike Postmates don't use it fully so little help then.

Cons:
You get delivery from places that have no infrastructure for delivery. It can show: unable to process takeout orders via app/phone so you wait an extra 30m, flimsy to-go containers that won't survive bike deliveries or keep warm, app menus not up-to-date with availability.

You pay delivery by the mile, but most restaurants are downtown. Unless you're within the inner center, expect to pay $7-$10 PLUS a $4 service fee.

Currently, most Postmates in Portland are on bikes. I had a delivery with drinks that ended up spilling and ruining half the food, while the rest managed to split open or was cold upon arrival. You do NOT get an option to choose the type of vehicle. Most Postmates also don't have food warming containers either.

Use Twitter to report order issues. Email support is spotty and far, far less responsive.

Conclusion:
For food delivery, Portland Postmates is not the best option if you want hot, intact, and timely food. Delivered Dish continues to be the only choice here. Sometimes there's a good reason a restaurant isn't doing delivery...

Under an hour!!

Whenever I'm on a time crunch or really hungry, postmates is the way to go. Most of my orders came right around 30~40 minutes. A few took the full hour if I order during Weekend dinner time. If you're a well educated person, you can easily see the one star reviews are written by people who just like to complain. If it's too expensive, don't use it. You don't need to go on a rant about it. If your offended that this is for "lazy rich people", work harder and maybe you'll someday enjoy the fruits of this helpful app. Just because you live in NYC you're not entitled to couriers.

Total rip off. Don't let them have your money.

I mean really. The price for delivery should not be the same as the price for the food you order. Seriously, it would probably be cheaper to have Uber take you to the restaurant you ordered food from, and then take you home after you've picked it up. I suppose if you're a lazy rich person who has lots of extra cash lying around, and you're used to paying other people to do things you just can't be bothered with, I can maybe see the usefulness of this service. Otherwise, don't bother with Postmates. Do yourself a favor and get out and go eat at a restaurant. That way, at least the food will be hot when you comes to your table.

Postmates
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Works on Apple Watch with an iPhone
  • Free
  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.5.5
  • Size: 23.4 MB
  • Apple Watch: Yes
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

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