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UberEats undergoes a logo change

The press note explains that, the new look of the app is even more vibrant, lively, delightful and aptly reflects the endless possibilities of food that the app offers.

UberEats, the on-demand food delivery app, recently revealed an all-new global brand refresh. The brand has completed two years globally.

UberEats undergoes a logo change
Top to bottom - UberEats' new logo and old logo

According to the press note, the new look of the app is even more vibrant, lively, delightful and aptly reflects the endless possibilities of food that the app offers.

UberEats undergoes a logo change
Screenshot of UberEats-app-launcher

The brand refresh took effect from December 7 across all latest versions of the app.

Commenting on the brand refresh Bhavik Rathod, head of UberEats India, says in a press release, “It has been a great journey for us since we launched Uber Eats in India earlier this year. At Uber Eats our aim is to lead ‘the future of food’ in India by breaking the stereotype of food delivery and helping restaurants grow their business with delivery, as well as actionable data and insights. We hope our consumers in India love the new Uber Eats.”

In India, Uber Eats launched in May this year with Mumbai as its first city. Since then, the service has expanded to six more cities - Delhi, Gurgaon, Bengaluru, Chennai, Chandigarh and Hyderabad, with a network of over 5000 restaurant partners across these cities.