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This article was published on February 11, 2016

Foursquare adds deep-linking integration with Delivery.com

Foursquare adds deep-linking integration with Delivery.com
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Foursquare is adding a a new partnership to its arsenal: the service now integrated with Delivery.com.

That means you can now order from any restaurant that supports orders via Delivery.com, which includes over 10,000 businesses across the United States. The feature works through the Button platform, which also integrates services like OpenTable and Uber.

It was about time for Foursquare; Delivery.com has been available on Yelp for a while, so Foursquare was doing some catching up, although it had already partnered with Seamless before.

Foursquare’s integration allows you to order food, alcohol and groceries right from the app.  Simply open the listing for a supported business and scroll down to click on the “Order from Delivery.com” option. If you don’t have the Delivery.com app though, you’ll be prompted to install it.

The update is rolling out across Foursquare’s apps and website today.

delivery.com and Foursquare Integrate to Bridge the Gaps Between Apps [PR Newswire]

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