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Ride with Deliveroo!

Combining great work with great earnings.

Apply on our website, we’ll help you get set up, and you’ll be on the road delivering food to hungry customers in no time.

You’ll also get:

∙ Great quality Deliveroo safety kit
∙ Access to rider perks and partnerships
∙ Access to a community of fellow riders

Find out how to apply to ride for Deliveroo from the app or on our website. You’ll need the right to work in your chosen country along with a valid motorcycle or car licence and insurance (if you're not cycling), and we'll take care of the rest.

Once on the road, you’ll need this app to:

∙ See your weekly schedule
∙ Go online to complete orders
∙ Track your earnings
∙ Get help and support

If you don’t want to be a rider and you’re looking to order food, you need the Deliveroo Food app.

What’s New

Version 22.01.13

We’ve made some improvements and zapped a few bugs to help keep you moving.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
36K Ratings

36K Ratings

Montanelas13 ,

Its ok

Im working for deliveroo after have worked with stuart first and i can tell working in london with bouth , the deliveroo plataform works 100 years better than stuart , the app make is job and i can make a shift of delivery smoothly nice volume of orders i work with a 125 CC motorbike today i make around 15 orders in a 6 h shift so not bad at all . also the payment comes early compared with stuart that only pay s in the end of day deliveroo at 12:00 already sort the cash for you and its on your account available i think their system works compared with another s delivers companys.

John S.m.12 ,

A disaster

Where do I start? I have been a rider for years. The company has changed a lot, from wanting to be a business that delivered food in an environmentally friendly way to being all about profits.

Drivers are paid more, incentivising them to use cars and scooters, cyclists less.

Deliveroo also keeps incrementally decreasing rider pay.

I were firstly paid £4 per delivery no matter the distance. Then it became a distance based system with £4.10 being the minimum.

After that, because medium to long distances weren’t paid as well they increased the pay there by decreasing the amount everywhere else.

More and more fees were paid below £4. Since then pay has gone down little by little until now where we’re lucky to get £4 without travelling the length of the city. Now the minimum pay is £3.30 for drivers. I guess cyclists get less.

They have managed this by keeping our per hour earnings the same HOWEVER this has also come about by us doing more orders and travelling further. Meaning our expenses are increased = less profit = less money.

Then the customer service is utter rubbish as you’re told to consulate the HELP page and otherwise send them an email.

Everything that can be being decentralised and automated. The amount of times I’ve not been able to work bc of an app issue which had to be resolved days later by email...

I’ll be happy to leave. I shadow of what they used to be. Money hungry.

Taha999bbvv ,

Think twice before you work for the scammers

Expect to set for hours and hours and getting paid less than the minimum wage I worked for this company for two years they exploit un skilled workers here in the UK and they keep paying less money for you and when you write them they say simply you have the right to reject the order! Which means you can take this order for £3 or reject it and get nothing!
Other problem expect to be send to a closed restaurant and not getting paid for your petrol even if you drive your car or bike for 6 miles and when you call them they say oh sorry we can not pay you for this order please go to our website and fill a form and you will get paid and guess what if you fill that form you are wasting your time because someone live in asia will answer your email and say this could be frustrating we cannot pay you for this order.
Find a real job and leave this ripoff.

App Privacy

The developer, Deliveroo, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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