Good news for Android customers who don't have an iPhone. Domino's Pizza has now launched an app that will allow customers to order pizza, find location pickups and track their pizzas on an Android device who don't have an iPhone.
Domino's, striving to maintain its position as the largest pizza company, has launched its own Android application that will enable customers to order on their phone.
The app is freely available on the Android Market and is expected to boosts Domino's mobile offerings.
Domino's CEO Don Meji said the company had capitalized on the Android operating system including features such as a GPS location service for pickup orders, a widget for customers to receive meal offers and pizza tracker updates, iTWire reported. The app also uses Android's status bar to track their pizzas.
We are excited by the launch of Domino's Android app, a milestone in our digital commitment to ensure that our customers can order anywhere, anytime, chief executive Don Meij said.
Thanks to the flexibility of the Android operating system we have been able to add additional features to enhance the 'Domino's store in your pocket' experience the app provides, Meij added.
Designed and developed in Australia, the Domino's app will take pizza ordering to the next level.
It's no secret that our digital business is the way of the future for us. In fact, over the next two years we know that more than 60 percent of sales will be from this side of our business, Meij said.
The Domino's Pizza Android app requires Android 2.1 or above.
Domino's has recently announced that it has been planning a pizza moon base for a year.
The Japanese arm of Domino's estimates the entire project to open a lunar branch will cost around 1.67 trillion yen ($21 billion), a price which covers construction as well as transportation of materials to the moon's surface.