With the new Just-Eat.ie SmartPhone app you’ll never go hungry
Thanks to the newly-released Just-Eat.ie SmartPhone app for iPhone and Android devices, ordering a meal on the go has never been easier.
How often have you found yourself starving while on the bus or the train home, thinking about the delicious slap-up meal you’re going to order for yourself as soon as you get in the door? Thanks to the new Just-Eat.ie SmartPhone app, you’ll be able to smell that delicious meal on your way in the door as ordering a meal and arranging its delivery has never been easier.
Just-Eat.ie, Ireland’s leading online takeaway delivery service, today became the first company in Ireland to launch a full-service food ordering app, available for both iPhone and Android. The app will allow hungry customers to simply tap their way to their favourite meals from a choice of over 1,250 takeaway restaurants throughout the country.
The app won’t cost you a penny to download and can be found by searching for JUST EAT on the iTunes and Google Play Stores. Users login with their JUST EAT account or create a new account which will retain their name and address. This ensures they never have to re-enter details, which in turn means an even speedier delivery of the food the next time they order. Customers can then choose to pay by cash, or by credit card.
Just-Eat.ie were motivated to release the app having found that the use of mobile devices on Just-Eat.ie to order online has grown by 50% in the past year, and shows no signs of stopping. The launch of the Just-Eat.ie app will make it much easier for their customers to find their favourite dish for the best value and as long as diners manage to avoid spilling sauce on said mobile devices afterwards, everybody wins.
As regular visitors to Just-Eat.ie will know, the service offers a huge variety of meals from both takeaway and fine dining restaurants, so whether it’s pizza or pasta, chow mein or a chicken burger, Indian or good old-fashioned Irish grub, Just-Eat.ie have you covered and have now made the process of ordering food easier than lifting a fork.
Now, after all that talk of food, we’re quite hungry. ‘Large Pepperoni Pizza please.’