Ritual - Order Local Takeout
Order Ahead for Food & Coffee
Skip the line and earn rewards at restaurants and coffee shops in your city with Ritual! From burgers to salads, lattes to smoothies, you’ll earn points on every order to redeem for Ritual credits to spend at the best restaurants.
- Never wait in line: order ahead and we’ll notify you when to leave for pick up.
- Try Piggyback: pick up orders for friends and earn extra points, or have your order brought to you free of charge.
- Never any added fees: what you see in-store is always the price you pay.
- Tons of menu options: search by cuisine styles, by restaurants nearby, or return to a favorite to earn bonus rewards.
- Eat clean: our Wellness options earn you more rewards.
Ritual makes it easy to pay with your personal or company credit card, and our business partnerships offer flexible solutions to subsidize for employees.
Note: Ritual will only use GPS when you have an active order, so you can get your food and preserve battery life. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease device battery life.
We wanna take a minute (or two) and give much respect due to our engineers and designers.
What you can expect from us:
- Everyday we’re working to optimize Ritual with the latest technology and introduce new features to make your experience seamless
- Your privacy is important
Don’t hesitate to contact us–your feedback is important and it’s people like you that help make Ritual the best it can be.
Ratings and Reviews
Disclaimer, I’m generally too cheap too use all the various food delivery apps. More often than not the order is wrong and no one takes responsibility. Those apps always feel sleazy too because the prices are inflated and then your asked to tip before receiving service.
Before I signed up for Ritual I checked the business model and it seems to be subscription based rather than commission based. Ritual prices are supposed to match in store, this all feels more honest and fair to me.
After using for a few weeks there’s a lot to love, fairly accurate order ready times and walk time estimations. They also have rewards programs that incentivize trying something new. It’s not just value, but ease! Ritual makes it easy to place that first order with a new restaurant, no google, no janky website menu...needless to say, I keep using it! Although, I do wish custom tipping options were available, often times it’s only 10, 15, 20%.
The Food Ordering App That Shares The Wealth
Unlike all the other food ordering apps out there, this one actually respects your time and appreciates your business. Ritual has a very responsive and informative progress reporting system that keeps you updated on the status of your order. It will tell you exactly when to leave to pick up your order, so that you don’t end up waiting around for your food. And even more impressive, Ritual has a really awesome point rewards system which rewards you every time you place an order, pick up an order for a co-worker, write a restaurant review, or invite a co-worker to join the app. All of these reward points add up to actual dollars which you can use to make purchases. I’ve gotten many literal free lunches from this app, because Ritual actually makes it worth your time to use it. Which is just the way things should be 👍
Invasion of privacy what a joke
Now Ritual wants to force me to access my location in order to use the application I’ve been using for a year. I’ll be sure to let the food retailers how horrible Ritual’s business practices are. Won’t use this application again. Not sure what’s worse Apple not putting reviews in chronological order and the most recent not showing on first screen in App Store or Rituals data mining. Both seem pretty bad and very disappointed the Apple would conduct themselves this way. Tech companies definitely need a wake up call.
Response to developer. So are you saying that Ritual was gathering my location without asking permission of the user. I had my location for this app shut off and unless Apple was allowing you to bypass which then there are bigger issues at hand. What your implying is that since the update to your app you have changed the way the location services are shown to consumers. Either turn on your location or don’t use the app. In the past you just accessed the location of users ? And Please stop with the patronizing responses as if people can’t figure out how long it takes to get to a restaurant.
Developer Response ,
Hi, we're happy to let you know that we no longer require location services so you can now use our app without enabling your location :)
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- Ritual Technologies Inc.
- 73.8 MB
- Food & Drink
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, French, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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