GrubHub Now Accepts Android Pay

July 19, 2016, Written By Lynn Oldshue
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Grubhub, a nationwide mobile food ordering platform, is now giving customers another way to pay for their takeout and delivery orders. The company recently added Android Pay to its list of accepted payment methods, so consumers can use their mobile wallets to make payments through the Grubhub app.

The company already accepts credit cards and PayPal, but this is the first mobile wallet to be incorporated in the checkout system. Diners can order food for pickup or delivery from nearby restaurants directly through Grubhub’s platform, and then choose their preferred method of payment at checkout.

“More than 60 percent of our orders come through mobile devices and we are always looking for ways to make ordering from Grubhub and Seamless even more convenient,” said Sudev Balakrishnan, senior vice president of product at Grubhub.

Grubhub currently works with a network of over 44,000 restaurants in the United States and London, servicing more than 1,000 cities. Adding Android Pay to the payment system will give customers more ways to get the food they want quickly and easily through their phones. Customers can search for restaurants within a certain distance of their location, and then sort the listings by price, feature and rating.

The company also announced a new rating system for the app and website that allows users to rate a restaurant’s order accuracy, food quality, and delivery time. Surveys are sent out via text message shortly after an order is complete, so users are able to rate their food while the experience is still fresh in their minds.



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