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The success of restaurant apps sees an android at the table

The Irish restaurant industry’s relationship with apps has been a slow burner, but with the success of JustEat and Deliveroo, the appetite for such apps has been well and truly whetted

30th October, 2016
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Amanda Roche-Kelly of Just Eat Pic: Fergal Phillips

The appetite for restaurant apps has never been greater.

Earlier this month, Facebook rolled out a feature that allows users to order food delivery straight from the app. Last month, Amazon started offering a food delivery service for certain London postcodes, and earlier this year, Uber launched UberEats, its on-demand meal app that is now available in five cities.

The Irish restaurant industry, which was initially slow to introduce technology to its operations, is now...

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