Alternative products to Caviar for iOS

Caviar for iOS

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12 alternative and related products to Caviar for iOS

Yummit

Takeaways re-invented. Homecooked meals on demand.

Yummit is a marketplace for home-cooked meals on demand. Re-inventing takeaways for the better, offering authentic, fresh meals made at home, in real kitchens across globe. Delivered to you directly, or ready for pickup.

Medium
The world is full of talented and passionate cooks - we all know at least one friend or family member who should probably have their own restaurant. The problem is not everyone has the time or the resources to pursue a career as a cook, and opening your own restaurant can be a huge financial gamble, leaving a lot of great cooks working elsewhere, and away fr… See more
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Multi

NYC's food delivery app - a digital layer above the street

Multi allows you to compare minimum order amount and fees across all delivery apps to make the best decision.

prototypr
We use cartography to guide us daily. We see maps everywhere in current technology, whether in our phone, car dashboard, or embedded in a website. But, the map itself looks a lot like it did back when it was made out of paper. Cartography, or map-making, literally translates to paper or papyrus.
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Gebni

Save money on your favorite meals with smart menu prices

Save up on restaurant delivery & takeout with smart menu prices and help prevent food waste! Gebni is a new kind of food app offering food delivery & takeout at better prices using a unique smart-pricing technology that constantly updates meal prices to reflect current demand levels for your favorite meals!

Forbes
Gebni is a new restaurant food delivery app that applies dynamic pricing to determine discounts. Two entrepreneurial brothers based in New York City, Mohamed and Sidi Ahmed Merzouk, originally from Algeria, co-founded Gebni, which officially launched in February 2017. For many harried city dwellers across the U.S., restaurant delivery is a necessary service.
WSJ
Gebni is one of several local startups trying to solve a continuing logistical dilemma: There is likely enough prepared food to affordably feed everyone in New York, but a lot winds up in the dumpster.
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Accomplice 2.0

The “Kayak” for ground transportation and food delivery apps

Accomplice lets you manage all of your on-demand apps in one place. Compare prices, coordinate orders, and track services, all with the convenience of one app.

Our partners include Uber, Lyft, Yelp, Delivery.com, EatStreet and more.

AppAdvice
You're bogged down with apps on your iPhone for different services. You've got one for rides, a different for food delivery, and maybe you're fortunate enough to live in an area that allows liquor deliveries for your parties. You need an accomplice to bring all of that together, and there just might be one for you.
PYMNTS.com
There are many on-demand apps, but few apps aggregate multiple services. Apps such as Accomplice, however, allow users to choose from multiple services and coordinate food deliveries with rideshares. When a customer orders food and a rideshare through Accomplice, the app monitors the customer's journey home and places his or her order at the optimal time.
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Explore by RushOrder

Discovery-focused food delivery, reinvented

With Explore 1.0, the latest discovery-focused tool on the RushOrder food delivery app, you can now view a live Venmo-style feed of what real users are ordering nearby. The feature also incorporates an image-based Instagram-style feed of the most popular food in your area.

***Only Available in Los Angeles***

Koreatimesus
By Brian Han A $70 billion dollar-a-year industry that's just beginning its shift to online and mobile platforms is a drool-worthy scenario for any tech entrepreneur - especially when the topic revolves around food. To be more specific, the food takeout and delivery market is responsible for generating this sizable sum.
PRWeb
The partnership will launch in Los Angeles at select store(s), and marks Tom N Toms' first entry into the on-demand delivery and mobile ordering space in the US. RushOrder, a rapidly growing mobile ordering and on-demand delivery company, announced its partnership with the global coffeehouse leader, Tom N Toms, to offer the chain's coffee, food, and other pr… See more
Eater LA
Score another one for the suddenly-booming food delivery app market. RushOrder is among the latest to jump into the increasingly crowded space, offering (at least on its surface) the usual array of benefits over the more common system of, you know, calling the restaurant you want and ordering your food from them and then waiting for someone to show up at you… See more
LAist
If you live near Koreatown, then you know you have a bevy of delicious food options in any direction. However, you might have noticed that many Korean restaurants aren't popping up on most mobile delivery apps. Some don't offer menus in English and can be intimidating to the non-Korean speaker.
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Swiggy

India's largest food delivery app

With over 1000 employees, Swiggy is India's #1 food delivery service.

Entrepreneur
You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. When it comes to ordering food online in India, you are either a Swiggy person or a Zomato lover. The food-tech segment in the fastest growing nationhas seen early entrants like Zomato and Swiggy fight for the top spot and gain maximum customers.
TechCrunch
The Indian food delivery startup Swiggy has raised $100 million in its latest round of funding. Led by the global investment and media conglomerate, Naspers, with participation from the Chinese e-commerce company Meituan-Dianping, the investment is an indicator that the Indian technology market is hitting its stride.
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