5 Questions which determine cost of your Food Delivery App
Every Restaurant Owners want to increase their customers, sales, and profit and they are also aware of the fact that, if we go online then it will open new door and opportunities for our business, they are also aware of the benefits of creating food ordering & Food Delivery App But they don’t aware about the Development cost, and that’s the main hurdle which stops them to go online and convert their traditional restaurant into the digital restaurant.
1) Decide what kind of Food Delivery App do you really want? There are various options available for the Restaurant.
Food Ordering App
Food Delivery App
Call a Waiter app
Food Ordering Market place like Zomato, Swiggy, Uber eats and others
Restaurant Reservation System
Pizza Delivery App
Restaurant Table Booking App
E-Menu / Digital Menu App
Driver Tracking App
and many others…!!
2) What Features do you want?
You can create an MVP by just creating a Design, Integrating those designs, and adding some essential features and you can keep upgrading your app by adding new features every month.3) Which company did you choose to develop your app?
That’s the most important part which determines the cost of your app.
If you choose a company from India then you might be getting the price of 10–20 USD/hour and on the other side if you choose a development company from US/Uk/Canada/ or another Region then you will end up paying 70–150 USD/hour.
We are at, The App Ideas having extensive experience in Creating Food Ordering & Food Delivery Apps.
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