Weezy promises no more delivery slots, no substitutions and no more last-minute dashes to the supermarket. Expanding rapidly across London and the rest of the UK, this delivery app offers an impressive range of quality groceries (including leading brands) for customers to choose from, plus fresh fruit and vegetables, bread and meat from local suppliers. Orders can be easily managed, edited and tracked in the app – best of all, stock is adjusted in real time, so there’ll be no dreaded substitutions.
Jiffy is another online supermarket that delivers food and household essentials to doorsteps in minutes. The delivery app is currently available in Westminster, Waterloo, Lambeth, Battersea, Clapham Town, Shoreditch, Bethnal Green, Hackney, Whitechapel and Stepney Green. Using the app, customers can order fresh pastries for breakfast, extra salad ingredients for lunch or last-minute alcohol for a night in – all without a trip to the shops. There's no need to book a slot – customer just create a shopping list, check out and track their delivery.
Zapp is currently available in most of central London, Manchester and Cambridge, as well as Amsterdam and Paris, where it first launched. Aimed towards impulse buyers rather than those looking to do a full-on weekly shop, 24/7 app Zapp races to deliver drinks, groceries and snacks in next to no time. And it’s not just limited to fresh goods – the company’s fleet of riders can also drop off pharmacy items, baby essentials and household cleaning products.
Throwing a dinner party and run out of booze? Wineapp offers to deliver more than 800 fine wines, specialist spirits and craft beers in as little as 20 minutes. The UK's largest app for buying wine on-demand, its drivers can deliver around London until 11pm (or midnight Friday and Saturday). Not sure what you fancy? You can take a short taste quiz or browse by food pairing. Prices start from £8 a bottle.