B.K. spokesman Bryson Thornton said that the app will roll out to more locations starting next month and is developed by Tillster Inc. One of the features of the app will be coupons for customers that appear whenever a user adds money or "recharges" the credit card associated with the app. Also, Burger King will post nutritional information from its menu inside the app, which right now is limited to iOS devices and features an interactive map.
Currently, the app is supported at Burger King locations in Sacramento, Reno, Baltimore and New York City. That, of course, will change when the 7000 locations are added next month. You can pick up the Burger King app for free from the App Store and iTunes.
source: BurgerKing via AppleInsider