New to the iPhone App: Reviews, Tips, and In-App Notifications

We’re kicking March off (okay, six days late) with some new features. We know you’re busy, so we’ll get right to it:

ImageImageImage

ImageRate and review your lunch

When you revisit the app after your order, you’ll be prompted to give us your thoughts. Just a reminder that, like the website, our food team reviews all the comments and ratings submitted and makes tweaks with our restaurant partners to improve dishes. That five-star review you just submitted? That gets shared as well :).

ImageFind your food on the go with in-app notifications

When you’re headed straight from a meeting to the lunchroom, you can now check to see where your food is directly within the app. For our members with the rack system in their office, this will make it much easier for you to know the location of your food without having to check emails. Beat your coworkers to the punch… er… lunch!

ImageTip your delivery rep during checkout

To show a little love to your delivery rep, you can now add on a tip during checkout, right through the app. We’ve provided some typical amounts that you might opt to use, but you can put any amount and we’ll be sure it gets to your driver. And on behalf of all of our reps, they say thanks for making their day!

Need the latest version? Download it here.

Have feedback about the app? Let us know at support@myeatclub.com.

2 thoughts on “New to the iPhone App: Reviews, Tips, and In-App Notifications

Add yours

  1. Google and other search engines repeatedly comb the internet
    for related text and links associated to the queries they receive.
    Simply stated, there are two primary reasons you should update your site regularly:.

    It means that my target audience may indeed actually read my article because it was
    actually a good read.

    Like

  2. Hi, we order a number of lunches (about $1000 worth) per day and we’re wondering whether we should be tipping. On one site, it says that no tip is required, as people are paid reasonably. Another place says you can “optionally provide a tip”. What is reasonable? This isn’t a full service dinner experience, which is normally 18%, it’s not even a buffet where one might leave a few percent. But there is driving, which is different — we tip pizza delivery, for example. Please provide perspective.

    Like

We're listening:

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑