Food delivery apps

We trialled three delivery apps – Delivereasy, Uber Eats and DineIn – to see which orders arrived the fastest and freshest.

Uber Eats delivery scooter

August 2018 update: Delivereasy has suspended its Auckland operation. It plans to resume the service next year.

Gone are the days when pizza was the only player in the delivery game. Now you can open an app and get Chinese, Indian, burgers, Malaysian, or even a steak, direct to your door.

But when you’re hungry the last thing you want to do is check every single app to find what you want, so which is best? We trialled three food delivery apps – Delivereasy, Uber Eats and DineIn – to find out.

How they work

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The services

How we tested

What we found

When things go wrong

Hell vs Hell

Final results

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