Uber Eats Gains Apple Pay Support

Wednesday April 17, 2019 9:33 AM PDT by Juli Clover

Apple Pay is now available as a payment option in the Uber Eats food delivery app for the first time, allowing users who make food orders to pay with a credit or debit card stored in the Wallet app.

The addition of ‌Apple Pay‌ will make food ordering through Uber Eats a more streamlined process as payments will be able to be approved with Face ID or Touch ID instead of through full billing information.


As TechCrunch points out, the main Uber app has had ‌Apple Pay‌ as a payment option since 2014, but it was never made available in Uber Eats until now. Uber Eats already supports other third-party payment options like Venmo and PayPal.

‌Apple Pay‌ support is coming to Uber Eats over the course of the next few weeks in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Netherlands, and the United Arab Emirates.

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13 months ago

Call me ignorant but I didn’t even know Uber Eats existed...but obviously it isn’t US only.

It's basically the same as calling your favorite restaurant and ordering delivery, except you pay way more and the driver is mistreated by their employer.
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13 months ago
Always nice to Apple Pay added to any app. It's so annoying when food apps ask for credit card information when a wonderful, secure payment system is built into the freaking OS.
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13 months ago

It's basically the same as calling your favorite restaurant and ordering delivery, except you pay way more and the driver is mistreated by their employer.

Mistreated? Its a voluntary contract position. No one has to take the job. And UberEats is a great service.
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13 months ago
Call me ignorant but I didn’t even know Uber Eats existed...but obviously it isn’t US only.
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13 months ago
Uber eats is horrible. The app / website are incredibly buggy. I dread when ordering from it.
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13 months ago

It's basically the same as calling your favorite restaurant and ordering delivery, except you pay way more and the driver is mistreated by their employer.

In Europe having delivery is not quite common. In fact excluding pizza chains almost nobody delivers. A lot don't even do take out.
So Uber Eats has an interesting proposition.
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