New Apple Watch App Allows Users To Order Pizza Right From Their Wrist

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An Apple Watch is shown during an Apple event at the Flint Center in Cupertino
IN PHOTO: An Apple Watch is shown during an Apple event at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California, September 9, 2014. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

The Apple Watch may have been followed by a lot of negative critique since it officially launched into the market, but more and more app developers have somehow gotten on its bandwagon to start a potentially lucrative business. One of the latest apps to become part of the App Store for the American tech giant’s wearable tech is Pizza Pizza.

Pizza Pizza is actually a famous pizza chain in Canada, and it has collaborated with Plastic Mobile, a noted mobile development app, to come up with its own app for Apple Watch users. Now, with this new app, users can order their favorite pizza directly from their wrist, according to Tech Times.

The app is also reportedly very easy to use, especially with its user-friendly user interface. Users get access to four options, namely, ordering the kind of pizza that the user is craving for – be it a pepperoni and cheese or an all-cheese pizza, paying for the order straight from the app, accessing any previous orders, as well as viewing the Apple Watch wearer’s balance on the loyalty rewards program of Pizza Pizza’s Club 11/11.

Plus, the app also comes with a 40-minute timer. This feature ensures that the user can track all orders made through the Pizza Pizza Apple Watch app.

Although pizza-ordering through such a small wearable device has now been made possible, the president and chief operating officer of Plastic Mobile, Melody Adhami, has reiterated that managing one’s finances through a wearable device, such as the Apple Watch, is still very complicated. At least, though, pizza lovers have something to look forward to.

Sadly, the Pizza Pizza app is only available for Apple Watch owners in Canada, where the pizza chain has over 170 branches. Pizza lovers in the United States will have to resume ordering their favorite pizzas by making regular calls or text messages through their smartphones.

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