FoodMe app is Tinder for meal ordering

FoodMe app is Tinder for meal ordering
Swipe left, swipe right - sounds familiar? Well, after Tinder made this awkward way to like/dislike people popular, it became second nature, so why not use it with inanimate things.

Like food, for example. The FoodMe app is great in concept - it populates your screen with food you can order from restaurants around you, and you simply swipe away until you find something you want to eat at that very moment, and have the price plus tip laid bare in front of you. The app even discloses the delivery minimum, and you can order straight up.

Granted, FoodMe won't work everywhere, and not all types of cuisine are covered extensively, but the most popular stuff is there. For now it seems to be US-based, and understandably focused on big metropolitan areas, but hopefully the database will grow with time, so we can swipe away our munchies at night.

Developer: Nader EnterprisesDownload: Android, iOS
Category: ShoppingPrice: Free

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4 Comments

1. natypes

Posts: 1110; Member since: Feb 02, 2015

Well, there goes my big idea. I had this idea months ago and even started on some html code for the webpage version. I was going to call it Seefood. Yeah, I know, lame, but it was in the very early stages.

2. handsomparis

Posts: 118; Member since: Jun 11, 2015

still a good idea I think you should follow through with it

3. Cod3rror

Posts: 142; Member since: Apr 06, 2013

Do it. Having an idea is nothing. Implementing an idea is what matters. Just look at Apple. Most of the stuff they've done has been there, but they did it right. (whether you like to admit it or not). MySpace was around before Facebook, etc...

4. matistight

Posts: 983; Member since: May 13, 2009

You can still follow through. This app does not work in San Diego

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