Google transforms to Food delivery search engine
Google is now almost a synonym for ‘search.’ People say, “if you are not sure about it, go and Google.” But Google has been trying to be more than a search engine. Now they are into supplying food from your favorite restaurant nearby. You can order food directly from the search engine. Isn’t that a cool development by Google delivering food?
No need for downloading any Food App now
We all face this situation: we feel hungry; we search for restaurants nearby; then we close search; we are forced to download a food delivery app; search in that app to find the already found restaurant; at last order from there. By this time, our hunger might have given way to peckishness or anger!
To get just a Hyderabadi biryani or a pizza, you’ve to toil a lot! And it’s not acceptable in today’s ‘connected’ world. Now, Google has come to your rescue. Just click ‘Deliver Food’ in Google and the search engine will unravel all the restaurant and takeaways in your city with star ratings. Click on the ‘More deliver Food’ and you get even more option with exact location of the restaurants scattered around your city on the Google Map.
Google’s PLACE AN ORDER BUTTON
Google has been consistently updating their app recently, adding features like 3rd party voice actions, and Star Wars trivia. Now, it has come forward with an integrated means to order your food. Google Search, now only in the U.S., will detect that you are looking for a restaurant that is integrated to the six providers associated with Google and will instantly offer a “Place an order” option along with the search results.
Just click on the Place an order button and you’ll be offered six food delivery apps — Eat24, Seamless, Grubhub, MyPizza.com, BeyondMenu and Delivery.com. Click on one and you can check the restaurant’s interface. Place order and wait for the delivery boy to bring the meal of your choice.
Google has provided a great opportunity for busy people to quickly and easily order food on the go.
Americans are enthusiastically trying Google’s food delivery options. But some cities don’t provide wide selections, so hungry ones turn to local apps likeEatOutIn and The Deliver Ring.
Google is looking for more restaurant providers. We can also look forward to get Google’s food services in India too.