UberEats the food delivery service is receiving its own app for additional food options in a number of major U.S. cities.
UberEats allows the user to order the food, and to have it delivered to the door by a driver from Uber.
Uber might soon be the go to choice of any of the three major meals of the day.
The ride hailing company is planning to launch its standalone app for UberEats food delivery in a number of major U.S. cities
The app allows people to order their food from a local restaurant and have it delivered quickly by one of the many Uber drivers.
A spokesperson for Uber said the company was thrilled it had expanded the UberEats to all cities with Uber and more very soon.
The mobile app should launch before the end of March, said a national newspaper this week. The service will start initially in cities that include Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle and Washington D.C.
The ride hailing company based in San Francisco has for quite some time thought about a different kind of delivery service with special promotion. For delivering to customers in Singapore, to drivers with Stormtrooper themed vehicles in New York, Uber is not a stranger in experimenting.
With the standalone app ready to launch for its new food delivery service, Uber enters the market flush with competitors such as Grubhub, Seamless and Eats24.
Uber has tested this standalone app within Toronto. Uber Eat started out as an option at lunchtime only within the regular the regular app for Uber in certain cities.
With this new app, the service is continuing to expand food options and hours of delivery, though the amount of participating restaurants and the exact hours of company operations could differ city to city.