February 23, 2012 | by Andrew Kameka
Dominos Pizza has had an Android app for quite some time; however, those apps were curiously available only in international markets like Australia and the U.K. While browsing the Android Market late last night, I stumbled across an app that has finally made its way to the U.S.
The Domino’s Pizza Android app, available now for Android 2.1 and higher, can prepare an order for deliver or carryout from your local pizza shop. The app bears a resemblance to the Papa John’s app (probably developed by the same subcontractor) and offers many of the same conveniences.
Hungry customers can browse through the full menu of Pizza’s, sandwiches, pastas, side orders, drinks, and desserts, easily removing or adding from their cart in the process. Domino’s lists all of the pizza’s that it offers, and the app let’s users add or remove certain toppings. They can also build a pizza with desired toppings or order a sandwich with only select ingredients. Customers can checkout and arrange for delivery at the nearest restaurant.
Domino’s even has a feature that will track your order from placement to delivery. It provides a step-by-step view of when the pizza order is placed, prepared, baked, checked for quality, and then sent out for delivery. It makes for an interesting set-up when combined with the coupons section that features a listing of special promotions. Users can see special offers or enter in coupon codes to get discounts. The next time you’re hungry, be sure to download the app.