Google is planning to change the way we search for information on our devices. Especially the way we send information from desktop/laptop to our smartphones. The first step was when Google integrated a feature that enabled users to send location directions from desktop search to smartphones and the second step was when the search engine giant allowed users to send notes and set alarms in the same manner.
Now, in the latest development, Google has introduced another breakthrough feature that allows quicker and easier way to order food directly within the Google search. It will work like, when you search for a specific restaurant on your smartphone, you will find an additional option to “Place an order” by clicking on that option, users will be redirected to a corresponding website and from there they will be able to place their order.
As of now, the feature is only available in the US and users will be able to order via six providers in the US — Grubhub, Eat24, Seamless, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu and MyPizza.com. Google will be adding more providers in the future, gradually the service will be rolled out in other regions as well.