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Top 5 trending food delivery and ordering apps

Getting your food to your doorstep without much effort is the most convenient option that people are looking for. The market is flooded with many food delivery apps but only a few have been successful. With food delivery apps, you can order from your favorite restaurant by just following some simple steps. In this article, we have mentioned the top 5 trending food delivery and ordering apps that were successful in making a profit from this business.

1. Swiggy

Swiggy the best food delivery app

Based in Bangalore, Swiggy is a great choice for ordering food online in almost all major cities and is the number 1 online food ordering app in India. To attract more users, they have come up with a 50% off offer for first-time customers. One can easily download Swiggy from Google and Apple App Store. Live-location mapping, hassle-free food ordering, no minimum order value, and plenty of options to choose from, make Swiggy popular among Indian users. Various payment methods such as online payment via debit and credit card or UPI and cash on delivery are integrated for the convenience of the user.

2. Zomato

Zomato food delivery and ordering app

Earlier named Foodiebay, Zomato is an online food delivery service, serving foodies since 2008. With the popularity gained in a very short span, Zomato is still fighting with Swiggy to acquire the first position on the board. They have made their presence known in 24 countries and still continue to hit higher. One can read reviews of restaurants of their interest and can order food online with ease. Having a midnight craving or don’t have a mood to cook at home, you can order anytime to satisfy your hunger. There are numerous options to choose from and they take care of hygiene and quality standards.

3. FoodPanda

Check out Foodpanda App for faster food delivery

Founded in 2012, FoodPanda offers dozens of cuisines from various restaurants in Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, and lots of other cities. It gives a couple of choices to give customers a pleasant experience when they visit their app, which is available for Android as well as iOS platforms. Their ultimate objective is to make online food ordering fast and efficient through their app. One can rely on FoodPanda for getting their breakfast, lunch, and dinner delivered at their doorstep, and to attract you more, they also offer various attractive deals and discounts that can steal anyone’s heart easily. The app is available to both iOS and Android users and is very simple to use.

4. Grubhub

grubhub food delivering and ordering app

Grubhub is one of the well-known online and mobile food-ordering and delivery apps, with over 31 million active diners. They have an extensive network of restaurant partners, which deliver awesome food that can satisfy your hunger. To help you narrow down your search, you can filter as per your preferences as well as know the ratings. Also, this food app offers special deals for first-time visitors and is well-equipped with features like live location tracking, online and cash on delivery payment modes, plenty of options to choose from menus, etc.

5. EatSure

Fasoos rebranded to Eatsure


Initiated in 2011 by Kallol Banerjee, Jaydeep Burman, Eat Sure is operational in 15 cities in India. It was previously named Fasos and is now reintroduced as Eat Sure. They follow the concept of the ‘food on demand’ concept and are one of the leading food delivery apps in Pune. Be it desserts, combos, or platter, you can instantly order food online at a much affordable price. You can also avail of cashback and flat discounts on orders above a certain amount. The app is available on both Apple App Store as well as Google Play Store. Faasos is a great food ordering app to satisfy your cravings anywhere and at any time.


Here are a few common questions that we often answer…

a. Which food delivery app is used the most?

Started back in 2014, Swiggy has achieved its place as the most-used food delivery app in India by delivering 42 million orders a month, while Zomato manages to reach a high of only 37 million orders and is aiming to beat Swiggy.

b.  How do food delivery apps make money?

Food delivery apps make their money primarily through commissions. Restaurants registered within the food delivery app are required to pay a commission to the owner of the app whenever the customer places an order.

c. Which food app offers the cheapest food?

Although Zomato and Swiggy claimed that they are the cheapest and the best food delivery apps, the other food delivery apps mentioned in the list above also provide food at affordable prices, and even most of them retain more customers on their app offer great discounts and cashback.

d. Can I place 2 orders on Swiggy at a time?

You are only allowed to create a single Swiggy account, but you can make multiple orders from the same account at the same time.

e. Is the online food delivery business profitable?

Yes, online food delivery is a profitable business. In fact, the trend of online food ordering has been in business for a long time and many investors have benefited from getting involved in the app-making business

f. How much does it cost to develop a food delivery app?

Primarily, food development costs depend on the functions and features you want to add to your app. But at an estimate, a simple food app can cost you from $16,000 to $25,000, while a featured-rich app development cost can exceed $ 50,000.

g. Is Swiggy better than Zomato?

There is no doubt, both the company has left no stone unturned to mark its presence in the Indian market, but in terms of figures, the orders on Swiggy are much higher than on Zomato.

h. Has Zomato acquired Uber Eats?

Yes, Zomato acquired shares of UberEats on January 21, 2020, by signing a $350 million deal. In this way, UberEats has cut its losses.

i. What is the best food delivery app development company?

The best food delivery app development options to consider are:

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