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Android App of the Day – Comida - What To Eat, Where?

Saturday, June 17, 2017


No one wants to cook all of the time. Some days, you just want to kick back and relax, either by ordering in a takeaway or heading out to a delicious establishment near you. But how do you know where the best places to dine are? Sure, you can ask your friends or simply take the plunge and try somewhere new, but sometimes you could do with more focused help. We looked at some Android apps for recommending great places to dine and chose one to present to you today. The app’s name is Comida.


What is Comida?

It is an amazing Android app that lets you explore the exciting world of dining. This dine-in and food assistant is designed with great graphics, intuitive user interface and it’s full of smart recommendations based on what you like and what will you like rather than going through stacks of reviews on Burrp, Zomato or Foodpanda.

Standout Features

If you want to explore or search restaurants you want to dine at, plan it with your family and friends through group chat and make cashless payments with few clicks, Comida is the perfect tool for you. With it, you can find restaurant deals, discuss through chat, get invites to private events, view your search history and remember your favorite dishes, get more offers, etc. The app features more than 5,000 restaurants in Mumbai, alone, which is 3rd largest place for restaurants lead by Delhi. So you can’t decide where to dine-out? No worries, Comida has got you covered!

Be a part of this lovely food and dine-out community, download Comida for free from Google Play and enjoy!


Google Play Store: Comida - What To Eat, Where?
 

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