As reported earlier, American Transport and Tech Company Uber’s food delivery branch UberEATS recently set foot in India. As part of its first phase mission the food app was to be made available in Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, and as promised the company started dropping major hints about its arrival.
After almost a month of going live in Mumbai, the on-demand food delivery app will set out on its pilot run in Delhi on June 28, 2017. Residents in the Capital can expect the following three major features from the latest food app to be added to their smartphones:
- The app will allows users to view food photos and search cuisines while suggesting appropriate restaurants to the users based on the user’s past orders and current contextual information.
- With UberEATS’ consumers will also be able to schedule an order ahead of time. So you’ll be able to order anytime up to an hour before the desired delivery window, and as far as a week in advance.
- Most importantly, you can schedule the delivery time of your order. UberEATS will allow consumers to get food delivered by choosing specific information about the delivery location.
- The delivery locations UberEATS will add to its app will also include hospitals, parks and office buildings.
So basically, one of the easiest things to do (ordering food and dining-in) is going to become all the more easy for the Delhi folk.
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