Defying the traditional laws of love, premium Australian restaurant delivery service, Suppertime, has launched a new mobile application that gives food lovers the ability swipe left to order a good-looking dish.


Launching now on iOS and Android smartphones, the application allows anyone with an appetite to scroll through their favourite restaurants and dishes until they find a suitable match.


Suppertime managing director, Toon Gyssels, says he is excited to launch this new part of their business which was built with the customer front of mind.


'We're passionate about partnering with the best in the business to revolutionise the way people think of delivery and to satisfy every sweet or savoury craving.  With the new Suppertime app, our users can conquer all their wildest food adventures in one place.


'What to eat for dinner is a perpetually hot question in Australia.  Fortunately, our new app includes a localisation setting that uses the phone's internal geolocation tools to pre-select available restaurants within the user's proximity; making meal time a breeze," says Gyssels.


The application complements Suppertime's existing online platform while offering a more convenient user experience.  Orders are also cashless thanks to an integrated PayPal and credit payment system.


'The app's features include tracking technology so customers can monitor their order from the moment it is placed in the kitchen.  The embedded technology means users will always know how far off their meal is," added Gyssels.


'We love satisfying our customer's food cravings and our app is another way for us to do just that!"


Suppertime's partners include hatted restaurants like Akis and Golden Century, cult sandwich joint Mr Crackles, crowd favourite authentic pizza +39 pizzeria, beloved burger brand Chur Burger, and infamous Asian influence restaurants Mama's Buoi, Tokyo Tina, and Hanoi Hannah.


Available in both Sydney and Melbourne, the Suppertime application can be downloaded here for iOS users and here for Android users