The app currently is available with information only on Louisville food trucks, providing details about their locations using real-time information submitted by the trucks.
The locally-designed app allows frequenters of Toronto’s now-famous and ubiquitous food trucks to locate their favourite cuisine, be it cupcakes or tacos, across the city.
The Kansas City startup's app—available nationwide—helps foodies find and interact with local food trucks, which have the opportunity to use the app as a location-based marketing tool that can automate social media, send push alerts to app users and create virtual punch cards.
The Nashville Food Truck Association has declared May as “Nashville Street Food Month” and is celebrating with the launch of its smartphone app, available in both iPhone and Android formats (powered by ToGoOrder.com).
Gone are the days of relying on social media and individual Web sites to find your favorite food truck. In conjunction with its inaugural Nashville Street Food Month in May, the Nashville Food Truck Association is launching a mobile app that lists the schedule for food truck locations in the greater Nashville area
Food trucks have been on the radar at recent Vancouver city council meetings as the number of food carts grow and permits are reviewed. Council has suggested using Portland as a model as the food cart business continues to gain popularity in Vancouver.
The app gives the location of the food truck, and tells the user whether it’s open or not. The thinking behind is it to be really easy to use and very reliable.