How to Order Food Directly from Google Search on Android and iOS

Here is a simple way to Order Food Directly from Google Search on Android and iOS. Since we have become so relying on the food delivery services, we constantly look for easy ways to get the food delivered at our doorstep. Although there are dedicated apps that can have your order delivered to you, did you know that you can also Order Food Directly from Google Search on Android and iOS.

Google is not just a search engine. It is so vast and constantly adds features and services for its users. Recently, Google added features including ‘Find My Phone’, set alarms and send directions. One useful feature added to Google search lets you Order Food Directly from Google Search on Android and iOS.

Order Food Directly from Google Search on Android and iOS

How to Order Food Directly from Google Search on Android and iOS.

To Order Food Directly from Google Search on Android and iOS, you need to make sure that your Google App is updated.

      Now you can go ahead and simply search for Nearby Restaurants. Select a restaurant.

You will be able to see the restaurant overview, information, location and timing.

If you scroll down, you will be able to find the feature to ‘Place an Order’.

Tapping on ‘Place an Order’ feature will redirect you to a local delivery service including Eat24, Seamless, GrubHub, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu, and MyPizza.

You can now choose the items you want to get delivered to your doorstep. It will be even easier if you have any of these apps already installed on your device.

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