Grubhub app for Android ‘loses the ability to sync’

In a sign that mobile apps are becoming more mobile-focused, GrubHub is now offering a mobile app for its popular desktop website Grub.com.

The app, which launched on the App Store in late March, uses a touch interface to sync data between the two devices.

The company said the move was inspired by Google’s new Chromecast device, which is capable of streaming video and music to the screen and is a major step forward for the internet-connected device.

Google’s Chromecast is capable and easy to use for mobile users.

“When we first announced the Chromecast, we knew that the best way to make it work on a mobile device was to use a touch screen,” said Grub founder and CEO Ryan Smith.

“Today, we’re taking a leap forward with our app to create a mobile-optimised, seamless experience for everyone who wants to use our site on a phone or tablet.

“We’re excited to see the progress of our mobile app and will continue to invest in it to provide the best mobile experience possible.” “

The new app is available for download for free on the Google Play Store. “

We’re excited to see the progress of our mobile app and will continue to invest in it to provide the best mobile experience possible.” 

The new app is available for download for free on the Google Play Store.

The Grub Hub app uses the latest version of Google’s Chrome browser.

Google Chrome is a browser for smartphones and tablets that is built with HTML5.

It was created to allow web users access to content and apps, and it’s designed to allow developers to build mobile apps in a way that works across all mobile devices.