Uber was a frontrunner in the new trend of the on-demand economy. But since the car service became a success, more technology companies started fulfilling consumer demand via the immediate provisioning of goods and services.
An on-demand local delivery app should offer customers fast and efficient access to goods and services.
Countless startups are trying to disrupt their industry by breaking into the on-demand economy. They typically refer to themselves as the Uber for “X.”
|Instacart||iOS, Android||Instacart delivers groceries and other home essentials to people’s doorsteps in major cities of the USA. Grocery delivery takes about one hour and is accomplished by personal shoppers hired by Instacart.|
|Postmates||iOS, Android, Apple Watch||Postmates enables customers to place orders from local restaurants and stores. Food orders are generally delivered within an hour, for a fixed fee. Postmates hires a community of “postmates” who earn money by delivering as a part-time job.|
|Shyp||iOS, Android||Shyp offers a hassle-free shiping service. After placing a Shyp request, someone arrives in about 20 minutes to pick up your item, take care of packaging, determine which post carrier is cheapest, and make sure the package is sent with the selected courier service.|
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