GrubHub and Seamless are merging into a single company intent on bringing more customers to more restaurants, or more food to more customers, depending on your perspective. For those who have never heard of either company, they both allow mobile shoppers to avoid holding their phones to their ears to order takeout by using mobile apps on their phones instead. It's a popular concept, as evidenced by the roughly $875 million in gross food sales the two companies facilitated last year.

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The two competitors currently share the same goal of connecting hungry people with delicious meals, but they maintain separate networks of retailers across the country. Once the merger is complete, it's safe to assume GrubHub users will gain access to restaurants previously only available to those who had chosen Seamless as their takeout service of choice. Besides that, no details will be released until after the deal closes and the new company has time to draft a new game plan for the future. Considering how both services look and feel largely the same, it shouldn't take too long.

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For the time being, both the GrubHub and Seamless apps will continue to work as usual. Hungry? Grab either app from the Play Store below.

Sources: GrubHub, Seamless

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    As a San Francisco resident, this pleases me. I've only just installed Seamless but found their selection mediocre, but now I'm excited to have the combined power of both apps in one.

    • Bertel King, Jr.

      Meanwhile, neither app seems to have a presence in Pittsburgh. I'm still debating if that's a good or bad thing for me.

      • Brian Koppe

        As a frequent user of GrubHub in Chicago, definitely a bad thing!

  • Havoc70

    Neither has anything to offer in my area.

  • http://jamieellis.co.cc/ Jamie Ellis

    Join up with Just Eat or hungryhouse.co.uk to be an Transatlantic hub for hungry dinners!