If you live in a major US city, chances are you can get just about anything delivered right to your door with minimal effort. All you need to do is download a delivery driver app that focuses on foods, goods, or more. Here’s a peek at the top ten apps available on iOS & Android right now.
If you love the food trucks in your city and crave some of the best food that is considered undeliverable, then EAT24 is the perfect app for you. It features over 20,000 restaurants and works in 1,500 cities across the United States. If you are not sure what you want to eat, the What’s Good algorithm can help you decide based on past orders and what’s popular in your location.
If you want more than food delivered to your door, then Delivery.com is one to consider. Aside from providing restaurant orders, you can also ask to have groceries, laundry, alcohol, or even dry cleaning picked up on your behalf.
Caviar’s focus on presentation has made it a favorite delivery driver app for upscale restaurants in cities across the United States. The cities available in the app are limited to major cities in California, Texas, New York, and Washington, but it is growing quickly thanks to the ability to customize every meal that is ordered.
Munchery is another delivery driver app that is putting the focus on meal presentation and customization over convenience. It feels much more like ordering a meal from an online restaurant, rather than browsing for a restaurant from which to order. However, the downside of this service is that it is limited to San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle for now.
6. Door Dash
If you are looking for delivery as quickly as possible, then DoorDash is the app you will want to download. The app promises delivery of your food in 45 minutes or less. There are a few customization options, but it is not anywhere near as robust as Caviar or Munchery. The speed and broader availability set this app above the previous two, as it is available in more neighborhoods across the United States.
OrderUp provides delivery from restaurants in your local area that offer no delivery themselves, and it does so to a much broader area than some of the other apps available on this list. The interface is sleek and easy to use, and it is worth checking out if you live in one of the supported areas and love delivery food.
Postmates is another app that focuses on the delivery of more than just food. Restaurant delivery, grocery delivery, dry cleaning pick-up, or even merchandise pick-up from stores like Best Buy and Barnes & Noble. Postmates is also available in more places compared to Delivery.com, so it ranks higher on our list.
3. Uber Eats
It is hard to compete with Uber Eats since it fields hundreds of thousands of Uber drivers across the country and turns them into a delivery squad at the touch of a button. It is just like summoning an Uber to pick you up; only you are getting food dropped off. Not bad considering it works everywhere Uber is supported.
Udely is a peer-to-peer delivery service app that is designed to connect customers to deliverers for any goods. You can track the progress of your delivery in real-time, so you know the moment your package arrives. Udely is not limited to restaurant orders either; you can have anything picked up using the app.
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GrubHub is the king of food delivery apps simply because it is available in such a wide variety of locations across the United States. It has more than 30,000 supported restaurants and plenty of filter options so you can find what you want. The app even lets you save favorite orders to make future deliveries that much easier.