Rocket Internet-backed online food ordering service Foodpanda has launched mobile apps on Android and iOS platform, reports TechCrunch. The apps are currently available as a free download on Google Play Store and iTunes App Store and will be available in 14 markets including India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Morocco, Senegal and Russia, as indicated by the report. The company also plans to launch this app in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Hungary and Poland over the next two weeks. FoodPanda is currently operational in 25 countries. Our Take When we checked, we noticed that the app homepage is quite minimalistic and features only a search box, allowing users to search for restaurants in a specific locality and city. What's worth noting is that the app automatically detects the user's current city and auto suggests relevant localities from that specific city. Food Ordering: After choosing the preferred locality, one can browse through restaurants that are open and closed in that locality along with additional information like the cuisine, minimum order limit, delivery time and delivery charge. One can choose their preferred restaurant from any of the open restaurants, browse through the restaurant menu based on various food categories and place an order for their preferred food item. The company claims that the app currently offers a food ordering facility from 1300 restaurants in India and users can either opt for delivery or pickup for their food order and pay cash on delivery. However, we weren't able to place any order at the time of writing…
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