online foof odering

Rocket Internet-backed Hellofood
with its affiliated brands
Foodpanda,and Delivery Club , has
announced today it has hit 5
million downloads of its native
mobile applications making it a
mobile first compnay after releasing
its next-gen apps in July.
According to Joe Falter, Managing
Director of hellofood, the 5 million
app downloads with Android
devices making up 62% of the apps
while iOS users made many orders
than their Android and Windows
“We are living through a revolution
in tech, in Africa – mobile
technology is changing the way
people lead their lives, and it’s no
longer restricted to expensive
handsets and big cities,” Falter
said. “Mobile is already the most
important channel for media and
online services in many of
Hellofood’s African markets and
we’re incredibly excited to be
playing a role in this. Smartphones
are the primary device and fits our
strategy to offer food delivery and
take-away at any time, for everyone
and everywhere. The future of food
ordering is mobile.”
Ordering food on mobile devices is
even more convenient than on
desktop computers and customers
can also easily pay via mobile
mobile or cash on delivery, reorder
their favourite dishes, see food
pictures, reviews and ratings, as
well as special offers from a large
variety of restaurants. The app also
allows customizing your meals just
like in the restaurant by choosing,
replacing or adding the toppings of
The app is available for free on iOS,
Android and Windows Phone
devices in over 40 markets across
five continents. It has been
featured by Apple App Store,
Google Play Store and Windows
Phone Store.

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