One of the things Google has been working on over the years is to make its products and services easy to use and indispensable. What we’ve seen Google do is try to make all kinds of information readily available right from the jump, thus saving users precious time when they are browsing the web.

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For example, if you wanted to know currency conversion rate, you could Google it directly without having to go to another website. Now Google is taking that convenience and applying it to food delivery, where users will soon be able to order their food directly from Google Search, Google Maps, and Google Assistant.

According to Google, “Now you can use Google Search, Maps or the Assistant to order food from services like DoorDash, Postmates, Delivery.com, Slice, and ChowNow, with Zuppler and others coming soon. Look out for the “Order Online” button in Search and Maps when you search for a restaurant or type of cuisine.”

In the past, we have seen Google offer up similar conveniences for other services. For example, when searching for a location on Google Maps, users could also hail themselves a ride from a service such as Uber (although it seems that feature has since been deprecated).

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