Starbucks is turning its mobile app into a digital wallet?
0. phoneArena 20 Jul 2014, 00:13 posted on
Back in March, Starbucks hinted that it might soon start accepting drink and food orders from its mobile app. At the time, the coffee chain revealed that 14% of purchases made in its U.S. stores, are paid for using the Starbucks mobile app. The company's CDO (that's Chief Digital Officer) Adam Brotman, says that one geographical area has been chosen to host a test...
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2. sgodsell (Posts: 1996; Member since: 16 Mar 2013)
Make up your mind. I think anything that is friendly enough and can help people is always useful for those who take the time to learn and use it. This could also speed up the line when ordering. When you see people say things like with skim milk, sugar free, and no foam. Oh and I will this item heated up. Anything has got to help those people get through the lines quicker.
Oh and while they are looking at a new app. They should look at Android wear to add a the payment bar code to the smart watch. For me if they could add the payment bar code to my smart watch then I would be happy.