Eat24 Sneaks Food Into the Kindle Library Eat24 brings digital take-out delivery to the nation's leading Android e-reader.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Eat24.com the largest online ordering site and food delivery in the West Coast announced today a brand new app for Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD. This marks the third app released by Eat24 in the last few months, part of their ongoing effort to help you kick back and relax, no matter where you are or what smart device you own. The Eat24 Kindle app allows users to search, order, and eat from more than 20,000 interactive restaurant menus in over 850 cities nationwide.
"We've seen a steady increase in tablet traffic in 2012, so releasing the app on the Kindle Fire was a no brainer for us," says Nadav co-founder of Eat24. "Reading and eating go hand in hand. It's about creating a moment where you can just relax, breathe and take back some time for yourself. While you feed your imagination, we'll feed your stomach."
The new Eat24 Kindle app follows the successful iOS and Android launches earlier this year that have seen more than 150,000 downloads. Currently, Eat24 is one of the only online food delivery apps available on the Kindle. "Readers are smart people, so obviously they're already Eat24 customers," Nadav continues. "With our Kindle Fire app we can reward them by giving them their own digital cookbook that cooks, cleans and delivers food right to them."
Eat24, the premier destination for fast and easy online food ordering, brings users access to over one million dishes from over 20,000 local restaurants in 850 cities nationwide. Through the company's free service on Eat24.com, customers can search for local restaurants by cuisine, dish or proximity to home, read user reviews, receive exclusive discounts and complete their order in one streamlined process from start to finish. Founded in 2008, Eat24 is a privately held company headquartered in the San Francisco Bay area. To learn more about Eat24, please visit www.Eat24.com, facebook.com/eat24 and twitter.com/eat24.