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Your guide to restaurant delivery apps in Metro Detroit
Uber Eats: Like many of the other apps, Uber Eats also has a pick-up feature, allowing users to order and pay via the app, and then go to the restaurant and simply grab your meal. You can browse the app based on price range or dietary categories. Like your Uber ride share account, each user is assigned a code to share with friends. If they use your code for their first Uber Eats order, they get $7 off and you get...
From delivery to your doorstep: food made easier in Ames
Of course, no app is perfect, and Uber Eats is not free of drawbacks. At certain times of the day, a user’s order may take longer to arrive than it would have if the user had retrieved it themselves. It is also more expensive to have your food delivered. Uber Eats has a small range of restaurants to order from compared to competitors, such as DoorDash and JoyRun, as it has just entered the area.
Does Uber Eats, Doordash have some new competition?
Foodsby, a lunch ordering and delivery platform that connects office professionals with local and national restaurants, has launched its service in the San Diego market. It's the first in the state of California and the 17th U.S. market for the brand now competing with DoorDash, Uber Eats and ezCater, according to a company press release. Foodsby allows employees in office buildings to order lunch online from...
Asian food delivery startup Chowbus raises $4M
Chowbus, an Asian food ordering platform headquartered in Chicago, has brought in a $4 million “seed”; funding led by Greycroft Partners and FJ Labs, with participation from Hyde Park Angels and Fika Ventures. The startup, aware of the challenges that plague startups in this space, says offering exclusive access to restaurants and eliminating service fees sets it apart from big-name competitors like Uber Eats,...
The best food delivery in Miami that won’t leave you hungry
Probably has the biggest selection of restaurants to pick from in Miami. Users of the flagship Uber ride-share app shouldn’t have much trouble navigating this mobile app. Uber Eats can be pricy though. Expect a $4.99 delivery fee to be added to any order (and you still have an options to tip the driver too). The Uber Eats tracking system is super accurate but the initial estimated time of delivery usually gets...
UberEATs, Delivery Dudes, or DoorDash? Which Offers the Best Delivery Service in Miami?
The Cons: The delivery charge is always $4.99. But like Uber, it’s not an expectation to tip though. UberEATS has sent emails with phrases like “Pay just $4.99 for delivery–there's no need to tip.” But if you’re like me, you may still want to give a tip anyways.

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