Now You Can Order Food Through the Facebook App

Posted October 15, 2017

In line with that, the social networking giant on Friday announced that users can now order food for takeout or delivery using Facebook's mobile app and website.

Beginning today, October 13, you can use the official Facebook app to order food.

The app lets you browse local restaurants and reviews, much like the delivery apps we have here.

On the off chance that you weren't totally overwhelmed with the number of delivery-service apps already out there, Facebook has got you covered.

The service is available everywhere in the U.S. on iOS, Android and desktop.

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From the past year, Facebook was testing this feature, now finally it is coming out in the USA. Users can browse restaurants nearby and link up with the appropriate delivery option. However, in antithesis to its previously vicious market tactics, Tech Crunch is reporting that it will actually be partnering with many existing food delivery services including "EatStreet, Delivery.com, DoorDash, ChowNow, Olo, Zuppler and Slice".

For now, the list of national restaurant chains includes Papa John's, Wingstop, Panera, Jack in the Box, TGI Friday's, Denny's, El Pollo Loco, Chipotle, Five Guys and Jimmy John's, alongside local eateries.

Facebook wants to make sure that you can do a lot of different things inside the app, so you stay in it longer.

Facebook has developed a better relationship with businesses that specialize in food ordering for a period. "You can even check out what your friends have to say about a restaurant before you order your food". It's available on iOS, Android and desktop. Nevertheless, Facebook is constantly coming up with new attempts to get people to spend more time on Facebook, clogging up what was once a simple, useful service. Once you choose one of the services, that is when the actual ordering takes place.