Square, the San Francisco-based mobile payments company, is already putting its recent acquisition of Caviar to use by introducing a new Android app. Caviar is a service that allows users to order food from more obscure and independent restaurants that wouldn’t otherwise deliver; the service offers its own fleet of cars and team members for the delivery process.
Caviar says it “uniquely partners directly” with restaurants to offer the best and most reliable delivery service. The Android app will essentially be a mirror of what’s already available for iOS, so don’t expect any sweeping changes; it just means even more users can take advantage of the service, which makes getting your favorite dish from your favorite restaurant even easier.
As of now, Caviar provides services in markets such as Boston, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco Bay area, and more. In addition to ordering directly through the app, users will be able to use real-time GPS tracking, and there are no minimums, so you can order as little or as much as you want.
You can learn more about the service at the source link below.