Uber Eats is releasing a restructured version of its app and online platforms.
“We spent a lot of time talking to our hungriest users, so we know that while it’s convenient (and satisfying!) to place an order and track it every step of the way, actually finding food is time consuming, and at times, difficult,” wrote Daniel Danker, Head of Product for Uber Eats, in a blog post that was released on Wednesday.
“That’s why I’m excited to share that we have completely reimagined both the Uber Eats app and ubereats.com, to help you find exactly what you’re looking for—faster,” Danker added.
According to the announcement, the updated app will have “easy-to-find shortcuts to cuisines and new merchants.” This will give users instant access to their favorite cuisines and new merchants, including grocery stores, butchers, flower shops, and pet supply stores.
It will also include a pickup map with more information on local spots. Also, it will allow you to place multiple orders at the same time.
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“With group ordering, multiple people can now add items at the same time into a single cart. No more passing the phone around the room or writing down everyone’s order ahead of time!” the blog post reads.
The app will also show curated picks for you, “like Hidden Gems in your neighborhood.”
More than this, you will be able to see what people are ordering now from restaurants nearby.
“Finding food and other day-to-day essentials with Uber Eats should be the easiest part of your day. We hope the new Eats experience won’t just make the experience of finding your next meal better than before, but bring you closer to other things you need, all in one place,” Danker wrote.