Just Eat - Food Delivery

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Description of App: 

Cooking is cobblers. Order something you can’t cook now, straight from your iPhone!Order from the UK's largest takeaway site, JUST EAT. Our brand new FREE app gives you access to over 13,000 delivery restaurants across the UK. Feeling mad for Mexican, pining for pizza or itching for Indian, it's all here a couple of taps away.Search by postcode, choose your meal and then pay by cash or card, or log in to your JUST EAT account to use our saved card feature to save even more time!Never burn your fingers again. You're welcome.

  • Quick and easy to place your order* Clear layout for menus in search results
  • Browse dozens of local menus
  • Filter your search results by our many customer reviews as well as specific cuisines
  • All payment methods supported as the mobile web - cash, credit card and saved card
  • Works with your existing Just Eat account or sign up today to experience the fastest delivery app experience
  • iPhone 5 & iOS 6 compatible

By downloading and using this App, you confirm that you accept our End User License Agreement included below, Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy (www.just-eat.co.uk/privacy-policy) and Cookies Policy (www.just-eat.co.uk/cookiespolicy).

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known

Version: 

1.2

Free or Paid: 

Free

Device(s) App Was Tested On: 

iPhone

iOS Version: 

9

Accessibility Comments: 

This is very nearly usable, but there are enough issues that I wouldn't want to rely on getting what I thought I had ordered!

Finding and selecting nearby restaurants works fine, and browsing their menus is mostly okay - albeit each item on the menu has an element beside it which VoiceOver reads as a long paragraph of gibberish (it's the "Lorum Ipsum ..." text that is commonly used as placeholdere text in sample documents and the like). Apparently, this is not visually displayed on screen, and I'm told that there is no visual clue as to what this element might be. I'm guessing that it's just some screen candy with this as the alternative text. Yuck!Unfortunately, I'm also told that VoiceOver isn't finding some information that is displayed on the menu, such as the text beside an item that shows it is for a minimum of 2 people. I can only assume that there will be similiar information that I am not told.Also, there is no clear feedback from VoiceOver when you have selected an item. The only confirmation is that a delete button now appears next to that item. This might be enough if you are ordering just 1 of an item, but is far less reliable if you want more than 1.For now, I would rather just telephone the restaurant than have to rely on this app. However, if nothing else, it does give access to restuarant menus.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads most page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Most buttons are clearly labeled.

Usability: 

Some parts of the app are accessible with VoiceOver, but not enough to make it usable.