Order your meals directly from a Google search result

Order your meals directly from a Google search result
Google search has a new feature that will allow you to look for a restaurant and then let you order from that eatery directly from the search result. The meal gets delivered straight to your door. The "Place an order" prompt will only appear when you search for a local eatery. Tapping on that will bring up a selection of delivery services that operate in your area. Choose one and you will be taken to the appropriate website.

Currently, there are six delivery services in the U.S. that you will be able to choose from. Those six are Seamless, Grubhub, Eat24, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu and MyPizza.com. Google says that it will be adding more delivery firms in the future. That is important because with more delivery firms, the feature will cover more restaurants in the U.S. giving you more of a choice from where to order from.

Anyone hungry?

source: +Google via AndroidGuys



2. Mxyzptlk unregistered

Call me a conspiracy theorist but this seems pretty invasive.

3. Dee79

Posts: 307; Member since: Jun 19, 2014

Googling anything can invasive

4. joey_sfb

Posts: 6794; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

Every time you use internet, all the data are there for every one to see. Your ISP, Your Goverment, The Big Three and any one else with the right equipment. Even on Apple device with encryption on, Apple can still view your data if they choose to. I trust Google therefore I will use their services since Mxy you only trust Apple just stick to Apple. For WP fan just stick with Bing and Microsoft.

1. bwhiting

Posts: 188; Member since: Jun 15, 2013

Now I can be lazy from my phone even better with this starting up!!!

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