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Delivery.com app now available at the Windows Phone Store

Delivery.com now has an app for Windows Phone 8. It lets you order delivery from participating local restaurants and stores in the United States. There are over 10,000 local businesses listed with delivery.com, so you can get things delivered instead of going outside.

If you are not a member, account setup is required. After providing your name and address, delivery.com will show you the restaurants and stores that deliver to that location. Choose a merchant, browse the menu, and place your order.

Here are the features listed in the initial release:

  • Simple search: find exactly what you’re looking for.
  • Customized orders: Easily add items to your cart and customize your order with special instructions.
  • Easy re-ordering: Store your credit cards and addresses to make re-ordering a cinch.
  • Neighborhoods nationwide: Find us in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, LA, and dozens of other cities around the country.

Delivery.com has nearly one million customers nationwide, so we’re glad to see them release an app for Windows Phone. The app is free at the Windows Phone Store.

Do you see a lot of participating stores in your area? Let us know in the comments!

Mark Guim is Video Editor at Windows Central. He switched to Windows because the MacBook Pro isn't Pro enough. You can follow him on Twitter at @markguim.

45 Comments
  • US ONLY!!?
  • Yes, US only. Question is, do they tack on a few bucks for the service like other similar sites? I hate that...
  • You can see the $20 delivery fee on the screenshots of the app.... :(
  • Have been using Delivery for tears, never encountered a fee that high. Hardly encounter fees at all.
  • Judging from the "Lorem Ipsum", its probably just a sample.
  • Well they aren't going to deliver the food to your house or office for free so yeah their is a delivery fee. Most places have a fee or minimum order these days.
  • I know restaurants don't very often deliver for free, I was wondering if the app charges an additional fee...
  • Hey guys, I'm ceo of Ordr.in. Delivery.com used our Windows 8 and Windows Phone SDKs for their app. Delivery.com doesn't charge a delivery fee but will pass it along if the restaurant charges ones. That $20.00 is definitely not the norm- I'll let them know to change it. Thanks for flagging. 
  • Nothing pops up for my area, that sucks..
  • Nothing here either.
  • I'm ceo of Ordr.in. Delivery.com used our Windows 8 and Windows Phone SDKs for their app.  Delivery.com has some of the best restaurant coverage in the U.S. but other apps are coming soon that will support new cities. Stay tuned!
  • Thanks for chiming in, hopefully those apps are Seamless or Grubhub!
  • Same, it should use current location to show what's near. Screenshot with $20 delivery fee isn't very encouraging either.
  • I've had a friend use this on Android. Every merchant has different fees. You just need to watch it.
  • Windows phone in a non-stop app roll. Never heard of this app but trying it.
  • I know, and the 1520 really showcases these new apps well❕❕
  • Yeah!!! So many apps...so little time
  • No stores near me..to bad.
  • Check out their website for the supported cities: https://www.delivery.com/cities/
  • Only 2 restaurants "near" me and there 30- mins - a hour away...app crashes on my 928 when i select a restaurant... dont like this app...guess I'll keep waiting for a GrubHub app they actually have loads more restaurants and restaurants closer
  • Hey guys, I'm ceo of Ordr.in. Delivery.com used our Windows 8 and Windows Phone SDKs for their app. Delivery.com doesn't charge a delivery fee but will pass it along if the restaurant charges ones. That $20.00 is definitely not the norm- I'll let them know to change it. Thanks for flagging. 
  • Nothing near me. Pity.
  • Wow. You guys just download an app even before finding out if it's useful to you?
  • Isn't that how you find out?
  • No. I investigate first. Esp. With an app like this.
  • Well, the best way to test a app for me is using it!
  • Its not like it takes away hit points to download an app or anything :/
  • We need Seamless.com and Grubhub.com too!
  • Great to see another official app!
  • what device is that on the picture? it says nokia but its got no windows phone buttons
  • That's the red Lumia 1520.
  • When you see it held in the hand(s) it looks a lot bigger than the pictures of it by itself or next to other phones make it seem.
  • I live right next to Chinatown and the app shows only 5 restaurants near me. How is it possible?
  •  I'm ceo of Ordr.in. Delivery.com used our Windows 8 and Windows Phone SDKs for their app. Not sure which Chinatown you are referring to but delivery.com has wide coverage in most major cities. Can I trouble you to email me at david@ordrin.com so we can see if there is a bug or if you are getting the correct (but unfortunately thin) list of restaurants?
  • Chinatown Boston. It's funny because I can look out of my windows and see more than 5 restaurants. Thanks, I'll send an email.
  • I checked a random address on Harrison Street and came up with several dozen restaurants. I assume some of these are pretty far so I looked on delivery.com's website and found 26 within a mile. Strange not many chinese places. I don't know your specific address but you should get more than five. If you want to trouble shoot let me know. "'Curiouser and curiouser' cried Alice"
  •  Pittsburg but no New Orleans that so wrong in so many ways.
  • David from Ordr.in again. I hear you. Nothing like Dookie Chase fried chicken. But don't judge Pittsburgh until you've tried the pierogies at Szmidt's. Jus' sayin'.
  • Cincinnati not represented darn.
  • David again from Ordr.in. Don't be discouraged. I see good things in the future for Cinci food ordering...
  • I am going to assume that YMMV depending on where you live and who is signed up-- because there are zero in my town but I have two location within 2miles from my house that I use myself frequently
  • This is an absolutely terrific surprise.  Another one of my rapidly shrinking wishlist apps bites the dust.  Thank you Mr. Bloom and Delivery.com. 
  • Aw shucks *blush* Thanks!
  • Aw shucks *blush* Also need to shout out to the good folks at Microsoft who were amazing. They really worked hard to make this happen. Thanks!
  • Glad to see more 'must-have' apps coming to WP, but living in NYC, I'd much prefer to see a Seamless app. Way more participating restaurants then delivery.com. Hopefully its on the way.