Seamless, the app that offers a “seamless” food delivery and takeout experience, has just been updated both on the iPhone and the iPad.

Previously featured in an episode of AppAdvice Daily last February, Seamless lets you easily order food for delivery or pickup. That is, as long as you’re near any of the 11,000 local restaurants in the 40 cities being served by the app.

At present, Seamless is available in and around Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Houston, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, DC. It’s also said to be “heating up” in Austin and Seattle.

On the iPhone, Seamless has been updated with support for the four-inch screen of the iPhone 5. But more importantly, the new version of Seamless for iPhone brings a brand spankin’ new design plus new features to guide your decision-making.

Seamless for iPhone has finally adopted the sliding interface that has long been the preferred design among some of the most popular apps on iOS.

With this, the app has also introduced a new and easy-to-use navigation scheme. Also, it now lets you filter by more than one cuisine at a time using its new cuisine sliders.

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Furthermore, the updated Seamless for iPhone helps you make more informed decisions when ordering with its full support for customer reviews. Even you can write your own reviews and express your approval of your favorite restaurants.

Speaking of restaurants, full-color photos featuring them and the dishes they serve are now also displayed in Seamless for iPhone. Again, the better to help you decide what to order for delivery or pickup.

Finally, Seamless for iPhone now lets you save more than one credit card to your account in order to facilitate checkout.

As for the iPad edition of Seamless, its updated version lets you: write reviews, locate a restaurant’s phone number at the top of the menu screen, and find a shortcut to your last order on the start screen.

The new versions of Seamless for iPhone and Seamless for iPad are both available now in the App Store for free. And just in time for the food-filled festivities at that.