SeamlessWeb introduces Food-to-Go on your Android Device

In select Metro areas in the United States, (Queens, Manhattan, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and others) you can now order your favorite take-out and have it delivered to you at home, or to the office, and the service is free of charge.  Seamlessweb.com has released an Android version of their software that allows you to place your carry-out order or delivery food order, all from an app on your phone.  It even saves your preferences if you tend to order the #5 down at Johnny’s Deli, it will store if you like pastrami, but want them to hold the mayo!

It really is a great app, but unfortunately, the areas that it serves are still somewhat limited, but they are looking to expand, and even give a link inside the app to make suggestions for future growth for the service. It’s a free download, so why not give it a shot, and see if it’s available in your area!

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1 Comment

  1. allie
    January 19, 18:54 Reply

    If anyone orders pastrami with mayo they should not be served pastrami at all no matter how it was ordered.

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