Tech giant Google has done it again!
After revolutionizing the world of search and mails, it’s now on its way to flare up the fire in your belly.
As part of its latest service roll out, the search giant has introduced a feature that allows users across the US to order food directly from its search results page. As per its post on Google+ on Friday, one can order through six food delivery providers in the US — Seamless, Grubhub, Eat24, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu and MyPizza.com — straight from search results. Very soon, the service is expected to roll out to other countries, too.
What it means for you?
Hunger, they say, is root of all discoveries, right from the Stone Age. Thank god, we live in the times of Google so food ‘search’ for us is just a click away. In a bid to reduce the ‘hunt’ for an easy grub, with this latest move that’s in tune with the heavy usage of smartphones, the internet giant is enabling users to just rely on Google Search instead of hopping across different apps.
Simply put, you’ve reached home famished after a long and hectic cross-country work tour and there’s nothing at home to eat. You’re in mood for some quesadillas or perhaps a giant juicy burger with fries. Search for a nearby restaurant on Google. If that eatery offers delivery through Seamless, Grubhub or any of the six providers that Google has currently partnered with, an option for ‘place an order’ will immediately show up. Tap that and you’ll instantly be directed to links of delivery services where you can directly place the order of your choice and well, indulge in your cravings.
Now, isn’t that an absolutely foodilicious way of getting the world to Go(ogle) more!