By Claire | Published on July 27th, 2017

ResDiary launches table booking app with advanced Uber integration

ResDiary Now aims to give diners a simple booking experience for a whole night out

Online reservation system ResDiary, is this week releasing a consumer table booking app, ResDiary Now, featuring an advanced integration with taxi giants, Uber.

With just a tap, ResDiary Now users will have the ability to reserve tables, book and track their taxi, directly from the app, directly appealing to ResDiary’s digitally savvy audience. The app’s unique “Discover” feature allows potential diners to see exactly what restaurants have availability near them improving the overall dining experience.

Verified reviews from the portal will also be shown, letting consumers see what the top rated venues are and users can favourite restaurants for quick booking at a later date.

The ResDiary Now app has already been successfully tested amongst iOS users and the launch of the Android version will give customers the ease of planning their whole evening from one place.

In addition, every ResDiary user who accesses Uber for the first time within the app will receive £15 credit to use towards their first cab ride. The brand partnership aims to improve the overall consumer experience, from booking their restaurant of choice to travelling to the venue with ease.

Mike Conyers, CEO and founder of ResDiary said:

“Our lives revolve around technology. The days of people calling a cab or phoning for a reservation are dying out. Savvy diners want to do everything from their smartphone and preferably from one app.

It’s something that is already being done for travel with hotels, flights and car hire available from one site and we believe it is where planning an evening out is headed.

The ResDiary Now app with the Uber partnership is a great way for operators to gain commission-free incremental bookings and is a great tool for diners. They can see exactly what venues have availability near them, read verified reviews and make a booking with just a couple of taps. Once their booking is made, they can just order their Uber and head out. It will be hugely beneficial to today’s busy consumer.”