UberEats Clone- The Ultimate Guide to its Four Panels

The UberEats Clone app has become very popularity owing to two major reasons. The first being that food delivery is a very hot business in the present time and the second being that it is extremely easy to procure such cloned apps and launch them without having to wait for eons for it to be developed and tested.

However, if you have been planning to start your own On Demand Food Delivery app with the help of UberEats Clone app, then there is one thing that you must understand well before heading in that direction, that is, what are the major components that comprise the app.

Firstly, we have to understand that any on demand app, by virtue of its nature, is extremely complicated. There are too many external APIs to be linked within the app, too many geographical and demographical preferences or customizations that need to be integrated and so on and so forth. When people choose to purchase a ready made on demand app also known as a cloned app based on an existing model, it saves them not only time and money, but also offers them a peace of mind with respect to the fact that the model has been tried and tested in the market with live and real customers.

Most entrepreneurs are not very technically sound because their core competency lies in their area of business rather than coding. This is why; it is easy to simply ignore anything related to the application and hope that it works well. However, please understand that in a business model such as online food delivery based on smart phone apps, the lifeblood of the business or the nucleus of the entire enterprise is the application itself. Therefore, you must understand it in and out, even if you don’t get into the nasty details that the developers had to go through while coding.

Without any ado, let us first break down the various components of the app UberEats clone app and then try to explore each one of these parts in detail.

Components that make the UberEats clone app

  1. User Side Application
    1. Available in Android
    2. Available in iOS
  2. Delivery Driver Side Application
    1. Available in Android
    2. Available in iOS
  3. Restaurant Side Application
    1. Available in Android
    2. Available in iOS
  4. Restaurant Web Panel
  5. Admin Web Panel
  6. Website

So, in short there are 6 applications within the app along with 2 web panels in addition to a website. When you put this in perspective, it is easy to see how large this app based on demand food delivery system is.

Now, let us break this up in 4 parts based on the parties involved in the app

4 distinct panels of the UberEats Clone

User Panel

When we say panel here, we don’t mean a dashboard sort of an arrangement. Instead, it is a full fledged mobile app available in Android as well as iOS. Please note that it is very important to ensure that the user app is available in both these platforms because otherwise you risk cutting down your customer base by half (or even more) based on the mobile operating system.

Delivery Driver Panel

This section as well comprises of the Delivery Driver Android App and the Delivery Driver iOS App. Now, once again it is important to make these apps available in both platforms because you can never be sure about which device your delivery driver uses. In case, however, you are (or your company) is providing all the drivers with company issued devices on a particular platform, you may choose to have the app only in that.

Restaurant Panel

The restaurant side is a little more complicated than the delivery drivers and the users. This is because in addition to taking in orders and allotting drivers for the delivery, the restaurant has to put up their menu on the app; they have to be able to manage that menu and so on and so forth. This is why, in addition to the Android and iOS versions of the app, they are also equipped with a web panel to facilitate such tasks. Using the web panel, the restaurant can manually also place orders in the app, in case a customer chooses to place a call for placing the order.

Admin Panel

The admin of the app (app owner, in this case, you) does not require an app to manage the business. What you need is a full fledged admin panel that will allow you to monitor, manage, and modify the business. The Admin panel will give you complete control of how you wish to run the business including customization ability such as placing a radius for delivery, setting your own commission etc.


Apart from these 4 panels in the app, it is accompanies by a website. This website forms the online identity of your brand as an online on demand food delivery mobile app based service like UberEats. The website will help you share information about the brand in addition to facilitating online bookings.

That’s all on this topic folks! Hope this information will help you in your adventure of starting your own on demand food delivery business with an UberEats Clone.