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Earn money while helping solve food waste and hunger by delivering excess food to shelters.
DoorDash is a technology company that connects people with the best in their cities. We do this by empowering local businesses and in turn, generate new ways for people to earn, work and live. We started by facilitating door-to-door delivery, but we see this as just the beginning of connecting people with possibility — easier evenings, happier days, bigger savings accounts, wider nets and stronger communities.
Currently serving over 800 cities in 78 markets in the U.S. and Canada including: Atlanta, Austin, Bellevue, Boston, Brooklyn, Charlotte, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Fort Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Irvine, Los Angeles, Manhattan, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York, Orange County, Pasadena, Palo Alto, Peninsula, Phoenix, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Washington DC, Toronto, and Vancouver.
National partners include: The Cheesecake Factory, Chipotle, Taco Bell, Carl’s Jr., Baskin-Robbins, Buca di Beppo, Buffalo Wild Wings, California Pizza Kitchen, Capital Grille, Gordon Biersch, Rock Bottom, Dickey’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, El Pollo Loco, Grimaldi’s Pizza, Johnny Rockets, Just Salad, Claim Jumper, Saltgrass Steak House, Babin’s Seafood House, McCormick and Schmick’s, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Old Spaghetti Factory, On the Border, Patxi’s Pizza, P.F. Chang’s, Pressed Juicery, Umami Burger, Chevys, El Torito, Who Song and Larry’s, Red Robin, SmashBurger, SusieCakes, Togo’s, The Halal Guys, and many more.
Minor bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Great money , App could be better
Working for Doordash can be great ! Like really really great. You get paid for each delivery depending on the distance, You work your own flexible schedule , and you are your own boss. Who wouldn’t love that ? You can seriously make more doing doordash than doing a 9-5 minimum wage job like working for retail clothing stores or fast food . On a good day you can make 50 or more a day. You should always shoot for at least 50 a day, in two weeks that’s $700. And no taxes are taken out you just have to pay your own gas. But don’t forget you still have to do your taxes for this when tax season comes and all that . The only problem I have with working for doordash is that you can’t really go online at anytime you want and sometimes when you do get a schedule, you’ll be online waiting for orders that rarely come . I understand that it’s not busy in the area your dashing in sometimes but for that problem why not just let dashers be able to go online anytime ? There should be a quick solution for this problem . I love working for doordash and I’d hate to see it go down in flames because dashers aren’t getting enough orders. Overall 4/5. I love this app but it can be optimized wayyyyyyyyy better . 🤙💴
Don’t waste your time
Don’t waste your time doing door door dash. The only one actually making money is the company. they overcharge customers and really underpay you compare to how much you spend on gas which here in the Bay Area it’s $4 per gallon , what you end up with is almost nothing . Even during peak it’s not worth it because they really under pay each order that you get so most of the time you aren’t even making minimum wage . Also a lot of times the restaurants can’t complete the order which means customer service cancels it And you only end up with half of the money that you were promised when you first accepted the order . Even if you sit and wait there for half an hour trying to contact customer service because each order you cancel looks bad on you even if it’s not your fault whatsoever . For instance yesterday I went into a pho place and they had me waiting before telling me they didn’t have the main entree and the customer wasn’t answering i literally just wasted half an hour between waiting and contacting support so they cancelled it and if they had offered you seven dollars now you only end up with 3.50 and by the time you got back to your car and get a new order a 45 min wait has gone by so that means you are getting $3.50 for almost an hour. If you simply deny the order when you see the wait time being so high you loose the extra pay they promise during lunch and dinner peak time . So nope this is a scam and waste of time don’t do it .
It works, but not reliably.
The dasher app does what it absolutely must do for a dasher to do their job, but it’s glitchy. The mapping system recommends going the wrong way down one way streets and to drive on the wrong side of a divided street. It’s frozen several times during deliveries, which forces me to restart my phone to reset the app. It’s also gotten stuck in a loop of asking me to verify the age of a customer who was receiving some alcohol. I would enter the information and press submit, then it would ask me to verify the age again. Any time the app freezes or loops, you have to call a help center to get the delivery status force changed. But, the option to call that center is not given in app. I had to find the phone number online and then save it my phone book for future issues. Every time something like this happens, it wastes your time and delays getting another delivery request. Lately, it’s also been having trouble recognizing when you’re near a pickup point. Thankfully, the programmers thought about that one and made possible for the dasher to change status to pickup even if the app doesn’t recognize that you have arrived at the merchant location. There are some other problems, but this covers the ones I’ve been getting most frequently.
For my money though, it’s still better than driving people around. I won’t mention any company names.
- DoorDash, Inc.
- 83.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2014 DoorDash, Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.