Foodora app and service disrupts food delivery
Friday, March 4, 2016 at 7:07AM
Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla in Android, Android apps, Apple, Canada, Delivery, Foodora, Lifestyle, Mobile, Montreal, Press release, Product launch, Ramen, Toronto, iphone

Foodora is one of the most disruptive and innovative services to come to Canada since Uber. Similar to what Uber has done for personal transportation, Foodora has breached a wide gap between people wanting to order food and restaurants who don't offer take out or delivery services. Formerly branded as Hurrier, Foodora's app, website and service quickly gives Canadians in Toronto and Montreal (as well as in 30 countries) access to thousands of restaurant menus, the ability to order food and have it quickly delivered by bike courier within minutes. The selection of restaurants and available cuisines is extensive.

The app is simple to use and super transparent, users can quickly order, get a summary of their expenses plus select an amount to tip the delivery person. The app is available on Android and iOS.

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