Seamless Web App Brings New Levels of Laziness to Android

takeout Seamless Web App Brings New Levels of Laziness to AndroidSeamless Web hit the Android App Market yesterday just in time for Slushpocalypse, reports Mashable’s Jolie O’Dell.

The app is now available to Android users in addition to iPhone and BlackBerry users, who no longer need both a phone and a computer in order to cause specific foods to be prepared and seamlessly delivered to their doors. Progress!

New Yorkers and city-dwellers in 13 other metro areas rejoiced; the underprivileged residents of the rest of the country had no idea what we were talking about.

Seamless Web has been incredulously described on Twitter as a “lifesaver” that has “changed my life.” Food delivery professionals can now look forward to that much more time spent in crappy weather.

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