Dunkin’ Donuts is maintaining its status as a leader in mobile retail applications by keeping users interested in ordering rewards through special giveaways.
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Dunkin Donuts is continuing its emphasis on mobile transactions in the new year, this time through a partnership with the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers to offer special mobile-only discounts through the former’s application.
Fishbowl, a mobile platform for restaurants to provide their customers with loyalty, coupon and ordering offers, has just integrated Android Pay into its platform, allowing Android users to make purchases even more simply than before.
Apple Pay is doubling down on an existing partnership with cashless-vending machine payment platform USA Technologies by integrating its loyalty program into its platform.
Pizza Hut is helping customers get used to mobile shopping by offering 50 percent off all orders made through mobile devices over the next week.
Uber’s business model has been paying dividends for the company and wreaking havoc on the taxi industry, and one component of that model is leveraging high-profile partnerships, including its latest with Wendy’s Dave Thomas Foundation.
In a move that could possibly pave the way for widespread legitimization of the cryptocurrency, Starbucks is partnering with iPayYou to provide users of the Starbucks application an easy way to pay with Bitcoin.
Shake Shack is bringing its mobile ordering test to new locations around the country, gearing up for a proper national release sometime in the near future.
Domino’s is continuing its bid to bring pizza ordering to every digital channel by being the fifth brand available on Google Home’s AnyWare ordering platform.
Storied fast food brand McDonald’s is testing home delivery in a few cities around the country thanks to a partnership with UberEATS, following McDonald’s continued mobile efforts.