Uber Eats launch their food delivery app this week in four Irish cities
Apparently tens of thousands of people have already downloaded the app across the country.
Uber are set to launch their new food delivery app - Uber Eats - on Thursday 8 November in four Irish cities.
Those in Dublin, Galway, Cork, and Limerick will be able to use the app by downloading it (here) on iOS and Android, and signing up for the service.
The app is available to use in 75 towns and cities across the UK already, but this is the first time that Irish customers have been able to use the service.
Here are the instruction on how to use the Uber Eats app:
1. Download the free app or go to ubereats.com to see all the restaurants available in your area (which are yet to be announced on site, but reportedly include the likes of Eddie Rockets, Leo Burdocks, and more besides).
2. Put in your location – you can select your home, office or any other address.
3. Find what you’re looking for – browse local restaurants or search by cuisine type or dietary requirements.
4. Place your order – pick the items you want right now or schedule your order to the arrive whenever you want.
5. Track the progress of the delivery – get updates as your order is prepared and delivered to your destination.fa
The app is available every day of the week from 8am to midnight.
A spokesperson told TheEffect.net that more than 30,000 people have already downloaded the Uber Eats app despite the service not being available here yet.