The main thing that interests customers when they check food delivery apps is information. Restaurants, their menus, ingredients, pricing, hours, locations, calories; all these information is essential for customers to make up their minds and place their orders.
If the technological advancements enable us to give them access to food to our customers of all nearby restaurants and place an order, then it’s also possible to let those customers pay for their food at the same place.
Nowadays, most on-demand startups in various industries provide this feature in their mobile applications.
The real-time tracking feature was popularized by Uber. Now, when it comes to any kind of on-demand service, real-time tracking is one of the essential features of the mobile application. UberEats, Postmates, Caviar; all have integrated real-time tracking feature to bring the best customer experience for their customers.
Once the location is verified, the customer can track his order delivery from his customer-side of app and driver can see the route to the customer’s delivery address on his courier-side app.