If the many functions of Google wasn’t enough for you, they just stepped up their game. The company has linked up with US delivery companies Seamless, GrubHub, Eat24, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu, and MyPizza.com, to deliver food right to your door via the search engine.
The new function is accessible through the web browser or the Google app and it automatically appears when searching restaurants that deliver. After you search for a specific restaurant, “Place and order” will be at the bottom of the restaurants bio. Simply click on this to be redirected to the delivery service’s website, and you are on your way to eating the laziest meal of your life.
Sadly, this is only available in the US at the moment but fingers crossed it gets the Australian treatment – because apparently we can all search restaurants with Google on our phone but lack the initiative to actually call the joint and endure the task of speaking to another human for five minutes.
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