'Foodida' is a new app that leverages the power of crowdsourcing to provide on-demand deliveries from fast food restaurants. While there are a wide variety of food delivery apps available, the majority force the user to pick from a curated selection of restaurant options. This app gives consumers the power to satisfy nearly any fast food craving simply by employing others to pick up their order.
Unlike other delivery apps, Foodida is not limited to full-service restaurants, nor does it employ its own fleet of drivers. Instead, the service uses crowdsourcing to facilitate peer-to-peer deliveries. To use the app, users simply place their order and wait for another Foodida user to accept the request. The delivery fees are split between the company and the person who executes the delivery, making it an easy way for consumers to earn some extra cash.
The new app demonstrates how the crowdsourcing model can be used to give consumers more flexibility when it comes to restaurant deliveries.
The Foodida App Allows Anyone to Execute Fast Food Deliveries
Katherine Pendrill — April 13, 2016 — Tech
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