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You Can Now Order Pizza With Your Apple Watch

Feb 18, 2016

If you didn't think ordering pizza could get any easier, Domino's just proved you wrong.

The Michigan-based pizza chain just became the first in the U.S. to allow customers to order with their Apple Watch. "Ordering via Apple Watch is the latest addition to a growing list of technology that customers can use to play and track their Easy Order," Domino's (dpz) vice president Dennis Maloney told QSR Magazine.

Customers first have to download the Domino's app onto their Apple Watch. Once they create a "Pizza Profile" and save their Easy Order, they're good to go.

The Apple Watch has become the ninth platform to join Dominos' AnyWare ordering technology. Customers can also order via text message, tweet, Amazon Echo, Samsung Smart TV, Ford Sync, Android Wear, Pebble Watch, and the Domino's app. Apple Watch ordering went into effect on Wednesday for U.S. customers, while Domino's fans in the U.K. have had it since January.

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