If you've often wanted something really badly, but were too lazy or busy to go to the store to grab it yourself, I've got good news for you.\nSnapGrab, an app available exclusively for Montrealers, does just that. From shampoo to Mac chargers, without forgetting burgers or beer, the app will deliver whatever you want in an hour or less.\nThe app even has a live tracker, so you can watch your driver zip through the city as they grab your items.\nWhen I first heard about the app, my burning question was: wait, will this app really deliver anything I want? Because there have been many occasions when I would have liked a nice bottle of wine and some sandwiches delivered to me at the park.\nView this post on Instagram Starbucks ☕️🍪 Delivered ➡️💁 . #snapgrab #somontreal #mtl #igersmtl #montreal #mtltech #mtlstartup #mtlblog #mtlpromos #mtlfoodie #mtlblogger #canadastartup #mtllife #mtlmoments #montrealpics #mornings #mcgill #concordiauniversity #starbuckscoffee #coffee #coffeegram #coffeeaddict A post shared by SnapGrab (@snapgrabdelivery) on Feb 22, 2017 at 5:59am PST\nI spoke with SnapGrab's founder and CEO, Emerson, to learn more about the product.\nThe founder's answer to my question? "Yes exactly, really anything! We had almost that exact order you just described (but it was pizza and beer) delivered last week to Parc Jean-Drapeau."\nWhen asked about some of the most surprising orders the app has ever received, Emerson said that "the app does not contain 'suprising' items — merely, we try to offer everything that is located in every store in town."\nHe did concede that the app has delivered a coat to a tourist who was hanging out at a restaurant, and once delivered Red Bull and condoms to a couple.\nView this post on Instagram Feels good to be home!🤗 #SnapGrab #WeDeliverThat A post shared by SnapGrab (@snapgrabdelivery) on Mar 11, 2018 at 7:09am PDT\nAs for the cost? Well, that varies between $4.99 and $22.00. According to Emerson, "it depends on the type of agreement we have with that particular store/restaurant and the complexity of the job."\nFor example, a large grocery order will cost more than a smaller order because of the time it takes to collect all of the items.\nIt sounds almost too good to be true, but the service has provided thousands of Montrealers with fast service. If you need to try it to believe it, download SnapGrab on your phone today.\nFind out more.