Food Delivery for TV Bingers, Football Fans, and Couch Potatoes

Sorry, Dominos… Food Delivery Isn’t Just For Pizza Anymore

Nowadays, nearly everything you need (and so much that you don’t) is just a click, swipe, or tap away. Despite the truly astounding developments in mobile technology, we continue to relish any opportunity to bake ourselves into couch potatoes. Recent studies suggest that the Millennial generation is particularly prone to stay in, stream some form of media, and utilize the countless food delivery options at their disposal. And who can blame them? There’s simply no need to leave the comfort of home when an app can bring anything and everything to you. The only problem is, deciding which apps to use can be somewhat of a crapshoot. Delivery services have evolved far beyond the traditional phone call to the local pizza joint. Fortunately, we’ve compiled a list of the 4 best food delivery apps for your convenience. Now you can continue enjoying your content without missing a meal.


Before we dig into the on-demand grub distribution, we want to make sure you have your media ready to stream. Nothing is worse than getting cozy and comfortable, and then discovering your remote is laying somewhere across the room. Whether you have a bluetooth speaker paired or your casting to your TV with Chromecast or Airplay, you should have everything prepped and ready by the time the delivery driver (or drone) rings your doorbell. And of course, you should be using younity to deliver your content. If you’re not already familiar with younity, you can skip to the bottom of the page to learn more. For now, while you have your phone out and ready to download the best food delivery apps, go ahead and download younity as well. It’ll make your TV binging, football watching, music listening, and overall media enjoyment seamless and sophisticated.

Best Apps For Food Delivery

Instacart:

food delivery Instacart is a grocery delivery app. It provides an online shopping interface for the major grocery stores within your area. As a user, you pick which store you prefer (i.e. Whole Foods, Costco, Target, etc…) and then create an online basket full of the items you’d like to have delivered. Rather than maintaining warehouses full of these grocery items, Instacart simply relies on “Uber-like” delivery drivers to do your shopping for you. This is a major deterrent for some, especially if they’re extra picky about how their banana bushel should look. However, if you’re in the mood for a full rotisserie chicken or you forgot to pick up the right chips for your dip, Instacart will definitely come in handy.

Seamless:

food delivery Seamless is an incredibly bare-bones, yet all-inclusive food delivery app. You can order delivery from practically any restaurant near you with an average delivery fee of $2.99! Instead of partnering or integrating these local eateries into the app (like UberEats), Seamless drivers simply act as a surrogate for you and order your food for pick-up. Users can enjoy food from the majority of nearby locations within an hour. Seamless is quickly becoming one of the best options for ordering from restaurants that aren’t known for their take-out.

Postmates:

food delivery Postmates currently delivers in roughly 44 major U.S. cities, and that number is growing steadily. They offer 24/7 delivery and a Postmates Unlimited membership plan that includes free delivery for all orders above $25 for $9.99/month. Unlike Seamless, businesses have to offer delivery on the app using Postmates’ API. This leaves the selection smaller, but also slightly more curated and user-friendly. Postmates can provide food from venues over 30 minutes away from your drop-off location, however their service and delivery fees vary depending on distance and time-traveled.

DoorDash:

food delivery DoorDash’s user-friendly interface lets you browse by food types and nearby deals. The average delivery charge is $4.99, but like Seamless, they can pick-up from almost any location for you. They provide an enormous range of delivery options, from fancier, sit-down establishments to fast-food joints like Wendy’s or McDonalds. While Postmates offers a wider-area for delivery, DoorDash has the rest beat when it comes to the shear number of options.


Get younity!

food delivery Regardless of what food delivery you decide to rely on, you’re going to want an equally (if not doubly) reliable media streaming solution. Maybe you’re trying to stream Remember the Titans or Invincible to prepare for Super Bowl Sunday? Maybe you’re hoping to chill out with your favorite playlists during an on-demand dinner? Or, perhaps you just want a way to browse through your old photo albums while you sit in front of the TV? No matter you’re media problem, younity will provide the ultimate solution.

younity is a home media server app. It makes all of your media (and other files) available all of the time, no matter where you are or what device you’re using. You can access, stream, download, and share any file stored on any of your computers, without the inconvenient uploading or syncing that cloud storage requires.

The younity app creates a personal and private network between all of your devices and the files stored within them. It automatically organizes your files by content type, making it incredibly easy to seamlessly and spontaneously enjoy your media across all of your devices. Use it to stream your favorite playlists using a bluetooth speaker. Use it to cast your favorite movies or TV shows onto your TV. Or, use younity to browse photo collections or important documents without ever having to worry about where your files are actually stored. Just like the on-demand food that you’re about to enjoy, younity makes all of your content available at your fingertips.

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