55% Say They Order Restaurant Food Using an Online or Mobile App at Least Monthly

More than half of the respondents in a national survey said they use an online or mobile application to order food from a restaurant on at least a monthly basis.

Splick-it, a Colorado-based food ordering services provider, queried 7,122 American consumers for the survey. The sample included 70 percent of respondents between 20 and 40.

Only 25 percent of respondents said they never use online or mobile food ordering services, while a combined 21 percent reported using those services on a daily or weekly basis.

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