Do you ever find yourself staring at a stack of pizza menus, thinking “do I want classic Neapolitan?” “Or what about a Margherita pie?” “Or am I inebriated enough to get the loaded Buffalo chicken blue-cheese stuffed-crust behemoth from down the block?”
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Meet the Push for Pizza app: an app that takes any and all complication out of ordering pizza. Whereas Seamless, Domino’s, et al are trying to give you more customization options, this app simply lets you press a button for pepperoni or plain, and BAM, through the magic of GPS locators, a pizza delivery man shows up at your door (or wherever you are) like a delicious-ex-machina. You don’t even have to scrounge for a few singles for tip — it’s already included in the ordering process.
The anytime/anywhere app was created by a group of college friends (because, of course) and is being heralded as “the Uber of pizza.”
Check out the intro video for the boys’ re-enactment of their “a-ha moment,” and download the app itself.
By the way, we heard that the “Push team” may be working on an umbrella app for ordering other types of food.
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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter@JoannaFantozzi