The Canadian subsidiary of the global Just-Eat brand has expanded quickly since its 2009 launch, nearly doubling its partner restaurants to 3,500 in just five months. The company allows users to order food in a web browser for delivery or pick-up, and has been refining its service for years now.
As an app tends to be the inevitable next step after a mobile site, Just-Eat.ca for iPhone allows users to search for partner restaurants using a postal code or alphabetical order, and ratings can be filtered to ensure you’re ordering from a reputable (and delicious) establishment.
Since many of the restaurants have specials associated with certain orders, like with an app like Yelp or Foursquare, users can redeem coupons and other discounts in the app itself.
The company expects 10,000 app downloads in the first month, and told us that eventually it wants to see 45% of all orders come from mobile devices. There’s no word on an Android version, but we’d expect one to be in the cards, since many Canadians are switching over to Google’s mobile OS.