Delivering a delightful food ordering experience for one of the top Slovak startups Bistro.sk
Bistro.sk is the largest food delivery platform in Slovakia. People can choose, order and enjoy food from more than 2100 restaurants anywhere in Slovakia.
- Client: Just Eat Takeaway (previously Ringier Axel Springer)
- Project type: native mobile apps for iOS & Android
- Services: mobile development, QA, project management
- Years: 2014 - present
50M € acquisition after 8 years
4.9* appstore rating
with 22k reviews
2x First place
4ka Android code
Deliver a smooth mobile experience for both iOS and Android applications.
Ringer Axel Springer SK, a.s., turned to us to work on their food delivery platform Bistro.sk. Our task was to cover mobile app development for both iOS and Android platforms, based on delivered designs and existing backend solution. We've delivered product advice and many designs and usability improvements as well.
“When Bistro.sk approached us in 2014 they already knew we are the right company for the job. We managed to build a production-ready MVP in a matter of weeks. Since then we tackled together many problems not only with mobile app development but also general product advice and many designs and usability improvements. Now Bistro.sk is Slovak leading food delivery service with over half a million satisfied customers.”
Earn credits and get attractive discounts. Pay by cash or credit card in the app.
heck out recommended restaurants for you based on your previous offers and get special discounts as well. Collect credits that can be used as a discount during your next order. Order the most popular meal from the chosen restaurant. You can choose from various forms of payment, such as cash, bank transfer or credit card.
Mini interactions improve user experience. Because the details matter.
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