Save Food and Money by ‘Food for All’
Do you know there is an app that can get you some good restaurant meals at quite an affordable price and even let you stop food wastage? You must be wondering, how an app can reduce wastage of food, here it is ‘Food for All’, all you need to do is to place an order a bit early in the morning and expect the food a bit later than usual.
However, this app ‘Food for all’ is just available in two cities ‘New York’ and ‘Boston’ as it is in the testing phase. As of now, it is already working with more than 50 restaurants in two cities. The app is made available for Android devices recently whereas it has been launched for iOS a few months back.
It is quite easy to use this app, as soon as you open it, all the nearby participating hotels will appear in a drop-down, and you can get to know about the availability of foods in restaurants with their location on a map.
With the use of attractive colors and creative gradients, this app is quite fun with the simple straight layout, that will keep you stick to it and guide you to easily use it. However, by looking at the beta version of the app anyone can assume of rough-edges, however, it is much polished and refined app where everything is quite evident to navigate.
It takes a very simple process from login the app to place an order. Once you log in into the app, then you just need to choose the restaurants, make a selection of the food from the menu, order by tapping buy button, then check out and wait for the arrival of the order.
‘Food for All’ is a step towards solving out the problem of surplus food waste especially in the US. Moreover, it just not prevents food to get wasted, it also helps out the restaurant to make some money from the food that was destined for the garbage can and it also helps people to get some good food at a very less price. So, this app creates a win-win situation for all.
She is a content marketer and has more than five years of experience in IoT, blockchain, Web, and mobile development. In all these years, she closely followed the app development, and now she writes about the existing and the upcoming mobile app technologies. Her essence is more like a ballet dancer.