Today, OrderUp on-demand food delivery and takeout marketplace recently acquired by Groupon––announced several new iPhone app updates that expand the number of ways people can pay for and track their orders. Through a completely revamped user interface, the update will give OrderUp customers the ability to pay with Apple Pay and enable friends and family to track the status of a group order.
“Mobile is an extremely important platform for us, and these new features are designed to create an even more seamless experience for our customers,” said Chris Jeffery, CEO and co-founder of OrderUp. “Since delivery and takeout is such a high-frequency business, it’s important for us to always listen to the needs of our customers, and the convenience and security of Apple Pay was high on that list.”
In addition to expanding the number of ways people can pay for and track their orders, OrderUp recently launched in four new markets -- Cincinnati, Orlando, College Station, Texas and Champaign, Ill. The company will continue to expand Groupon's delivery and takeout presence in midsize markets.