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Order Your Next Domino’s Pizza From Your Apple Watch

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Apple Watch marks the chain’s ninth platform in the suite of AnyWare technology

Domino’s once again proves itself as the “recognized world leader in pizza delivery and digital ordering platforms” with the introduction of ordering capabilities for the Apple Watch. The Apple Watch “marks the ninth platform in the suite of AnyWare technology,” according to a release, joining existing ordering platforms on Amazon Echo, Samsung Smart TVs, and ordering by simply tweeting or texting.

“Ordering via Apple Watch is the latest addition to a growing list of technology that customers can use to place and track their Easy Order from anywhere, at any time, using any device they want,” says Dennis Maloney, vice president and chief digital officer for Domino’s. The release states that Domino’s is the first national pizza company in the U.S. to launch Apple Watch ordering capabilities.

To order pizza using Apple Watch, customers need to download the Domino’s iOS ordering app and have a Pizza Profile and a saved Easy Order. After the order is placed, customers can track the status of their order using Domino's Tracker®

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