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Foodler Users Can Quickly Split The Check With Addition Of Venmo

Splitting the check for Foodler users has gotten a lot easier now that the rapidly growing delivery app accepts Venmo as a payment method.

According to a press release, Venmo’s split-purchase feature makes dividing the cost for work lunches or dinner with friends simple. Foodler, an online food ordering service, started accepting Venmo last month, with the move as another way for Foodler to better connect restaurants with the app’s more than 500,000 customers.

Foodler is more than a food delivery app. It allows customers to rate specific menu items down to the ingredients, and these ratings then become a part of a user’s profile. Through its unique algorithm, Foodler then tailors the customer’s future recommendations based on their specific tastes, with the site adding more than 100 new restaurants each month.

The app also offers users a rewards program where they earn points for each order they place. Those points can then be used as FoodlerBucks, which can be spent to save on future orders or on Foodler branded merchandise like cups and clothing.

“This integration of Venmo continues Foodler’s reputation for pioneering options that make the food delivery process even better for consumers,” said Foodler Founder and CEO Christian Dumontet. “This platform is extremely user-friendly, and it continues our ability to offer valuable, unique features that competing delivery apps can’t.”

When Foodler users finalize their order via the app, Venmo will now appear on the screen as a payment option. Selecting it will instantly connect users to the Venmo app, and customers can list the number of diners so that the bill is automatically and evenly split.

“Convenience is king, and Foodler is committed to making delivery easier and faster than ever before,” said Dumontet. “Strengthening our partnerships with cutting-edge companies like Venmo is the perfect way to continue our commitment to innovation as we expand to serve even more diners across America.”

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