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The Top 3 Food Delivery Apps to Feed Your Hunger
10 Aug 18

Top 3 Food Delivery Apps

We live in an age where ordering in is as easy as downloading an app and we couldn’t be happier about it. The sheer pleasure of not having to spell out a name or address, the happiness that stems from being able to order at your leisure and of course not having to use your valuable airtime calling your favourite fast food place are all amazing. We looked at the available options in terms of apps and we picked our top 3! 


Flat rate delivery fee of R10 
Delivery within 45 minutes 

Proudly South African, OrderIn is the new name in Food Delivery apps. As easy as pie to set up, simply download the app, sign up and then add a payment method. OrderIn accepts credit cards as well as debit cards so you’re covered. All the usual suspects in terms of restaurants are present on the app, with more added on a regular basis. OrderIn will deliver your food within 45 minutes and charges a R10 flat rate delivery fee. The food arrives piping hot and ready to eat or stuff your face, whichever is more suitable to your needs at that moment. 

Mr D Food 

Flat rate delivery fee of R15 
Delivery within 45 minutes 
R50 off first order using the app 

For most people Mr Delivery was somewhat of a household name growing up. It was one of the first tastes of convenience we had when ordering in and now the Mr D Food app has taken over. To get started just download the app, add your address and personal details and the app will give you a list of all the restaurants in your area that you can order from. There are over 2500 restaurants to choose from, including the firm favourites. When ordering off the app for the first time, you will receive R50 off, which is a great bonus! With the Mr D Food app, you are able to track every step of your orders journey right until it reaches your gate. You can pay with cash on delivery or pre-pay using a credit or debit card, so it’s as convenient as it gets. 


Flat rate delivery fee of R10 
Delivery within 45 minutes 

If you’ve used Uber to get around then you’ll want to try UberEats to get your food around, to your house that is! There is a R10 delivery fee and the app includes the local hotspots that people tend to show a lot of love to when satisfying their hunger. You won’t be able to track your orders journey however, with only a delivery time provided to you. In terms of paying for your delivery, the only option is by credit or debit card, which will need to be set up along with your profile once you’ve downloaded the app or using your Uber rides account. 

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