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Foursquare Update Adds GrubHub Seamless Integration For In-App Restaurant Deliveries

This is 2014. We may not have flying cars, hoverboards, or self-drying jackets, but dammit, we can find new and lazier ways to eat good food. Take GrubHub (and its BFF Seamless) for example: a centralized repository of restaurants that will be more than happy to bring you food in the middle of an 8-hour League of Legends binge. Today the combined company is teaming up with Foursquare, so you don't even have to visit their website to get your grub on.

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The latest update to the Foursquare Android app adds a GrubHub option for restaurants that support the company's delivery system, allowing you to browse your local eateries and order right from the app.

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GrubHub And Seamless Merge In Hopes Of Expanding Mobile Takeout To New Markets

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.

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New On The Menu: GrubHub's Android App

GrubHub, an online food delivery and ordering company, just dropped an Android application into the Market. The app lets you find out which restaurants in your area deliver and place an order online or over the phone. Here are the areas with current GrubHub coverage:

  • New York
  • Chicago
  • San Francisco
  • Oakland
  • Boston
  • Los Angeles
  • Washington DC
  • Philadelphia
  • San Diego
  • Seattle
  • Portland
  • Denver
  • Boulder

According to the application description, this translates into support for over 13,000 menus.

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GrubHub founders have this to say about themselves:

Founded in 2004, GrubHub is the number one place on the interwebs to find out who delivers to you and allows you to order food online.

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