Google simplified the ordering food online procedure

Google simplified the ordering food online procedure

Google integrated the new food-ordering feature in their maps service.

Google integrated the new food-ordering feature in their maps service.

The times of calling and ordering food online busing the phone are in the past as Google presented the new feature in their blog on Thursday. The new service looks like this: when a customer is using its phone to find a restaurant nearby, he will be offered to go with the “Place an Order” option if the place on the map has a page on popular food-ordering sites such as Seamless, Eat24 or BeyondMenu. When a user chooses to go with the new option, he will be prompted to open the site of the desired service to place the order. Unfortunately, this feature is only available for smartphones, but Google’s representative said that Google is doing its best to provide desktop users with the similar function.

Google food order

Google food order

But the introduction of the new feature doesn’t mean that users won’t have the choice on how to place an order. Google still allows users to order food online by using the older calling-way of getting food. Google left this feature as well because it’s not a novelty that popular food-ordering sites like Seamless can take almost 20% of each order from the restaurant, that, of course will be included in the final price for the meal.

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