Domino's Pizza seems to have finally heard the prayers of pizza lovers. The firm has now simplified the process of ordering a pizza by launching its own Zero Click app. The app lets you tap just once on the smartphone screen to order a pizza and save some precious minutes.
Until now users would have to open Domino's Pizza Zero Click app on their devices, choose the pizza and other sides they desire (takes the most time), choose the address, and finally get confirmation in order to complete an order. Now, all these steps can be performed with a single tap. The catch here is that before experiencing this, you would have to set up an 'Easy Order' in the Domino's Zero Click app by choosing the preferred order, account details, address where it has to be delivered, and voila! Next time when you open the app, it would automatically show a 10-second timer for you to cancel it before the order gets submitted automatically. Swiping up will give the complete order information.
Although the app is what most of us would really want to have in our smartphones, unfortunately it has not yet entered India. Also, possibilities are that one can order a pizza accidentally as well. It is available for both Android and iOS users via the Google Play and App Store.
While it is a welcome feature for users all around the globe, the company still might have to work on its security and loopholes. Paul Price, a cyber security from UK reportedly discovered a bug using which he could order pizzas for free via the app. The bug was discovered last year. The company also said it would start trialing of pizza delivery robots in New Zealand. The four-wheel robot has been made in Australia and has a heated compartment that can hold up to 10 pizzas.