HungryHouse goes Mobile!

Posted by danblog on October 21, 2013 in General stuff |
Mobile apps have gone from unusual to ubiquitous over the past few years, with instant messaging behemoths like Snapchat, photo-snapping giants like Instagram or addictive games like Infinity Blade taking on the world. Our friends over at hungryhouse.co.uk have jumped into the fray with an app that lets you order food straight to your door – now I don’t even need to find my laptop to order! Still, with the speed that technology is progressing, what’s sizzling hot today is lukewarm tomorrow, so they’re asking for your features of the future…
A lot of you out there are bursting with great ideas of what the apps of tomorrow will look like, so put on your thinking caps and take a swipe at what the ‘Feature of the Future’ should be for the hungryhouse app. Let the drawing board have it; anything goes here, and with the likes of Google Glass and Samsung’s Galaxy Gear about to unleash a tsunami of wearable tech, the apps of tomorrow are likely to be very different from adding filters to photos of your dinner 😉


I will be taking suggestions over the next week, and the best ‘feature of the future’ will win a £25 hungryhouse voucher and be entered into the draw for an iPhone 5s or a Samsung S4!

So, get on it and check out the hungryhouse app for iOS:


or Android here


Tell us what your Feature of the Future is in the comments section for a chance to win!


  • Jonathan A. Dempsey says:

    1. With Google glass, you look at the food you want and order it via Hungryhouse
    2. An app than create a variety of smells until you smell something you really want
    3. A wearable for your nose, so if you smell something when out and about and don’t know what it is your nose device will know and let you order it

  • Craig Edward Williams says:

    I think we’re going to see a generation of smart watches utilising NFC/WiFi Direct technologies to allow people to open doors, lock cars, pay for goods/car parking, swap information and control smart housing features.

  • ForsterDJ says:

    The app could incorporate a filter whereby menu’s can be filtered to show all food without nuts for example so customers with nut allergies are able to order in the confidence that what they are ordering is nut free.

  • Oliver says:

    First I’d lie to say, damm that’s a nice app. The one thing I would have liked would be a sorting option, in which it sorts by most commonly ordered. Sometimes I want to order my favorites and sometimes I want a bit of a change and I think this would be a cool feature to help me do that.

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