Hunger pangs are an insidious thing. In many cases, they tend to creep up at the most inconvenient times: late at night, when all the restaurants are closed and you forgot to go grocery shopping again, and when you’re broke and have no cash on hand to pay for even the smallest packet of chicken rice.
Now, foodpanda‘s new version of its mobile app aims to let you sate your hunger by offering an integrated online payment capability. With a brand new overall design, foodpanda’s app offers hungry users easy access to the menus of more than 30,000 restaurants in more than 40 countries across four continents. Its new app is available on all major mobile platforms: iOS, Android, Windows, Nokia X and even Asha.
According to Ralf Wenzel, Global Managing Director, the new app marks another milestone for foodpanda. “We have noticed the immense growth of mobile in all our markets and have used all our experience and knowledge to develop the most convenient food delivery app,” he said. “The future of food ordering is mobile and we are best positioned to be the clear front runner.”
With its expansive local menu selection, foodpanda’s new app allows customers to see recommended and reviewed restaurants near them, and to select from thousands of dishes for delivery and take-away. In addition, foodpanda offers exclusive deals and special offers from a large variety of restaurants. The new mobile payment feature allows for paying via cash on delivery or via various integrated online payment options such as credit cards.
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Head of Mobile Application Edin Memisevic noted that foodpanda’s fully custom-built app demonstrates consistency and convenience across every step of the food ordering process. “We have been listening to our customers’ feedback and we worked hard to meet and exceed their expectations,” he said. “It was a very thought-through process of trial and error: we experimented, compared, analysed and finally we reinvented our app. The design has been developed and adjusted in order to improve, sharpen and perfect the overall experience.”