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McDonalds launches new McApp in WA

  • 18 November 2013
  • Written by  Mark Reinehr
  • Published in Mobility

McDonalds today launched its new My Macca’s app in Western Australia that will allow customers to order food from their smartphones or tablets ahead of visiting a restaurant.

Meals are made to order when a customer checks-in at participating stores by scanning code devices installed both at drive-throughs and inside the store.

The app also allows customers to customise their orders in a simplified way, and enables them to pay via credit card ahead of time.

Western Australia is the first state to have access to the app, with the remaining states to follow in 2014.

As an incentive to download the app now, McDonalds is offering 50% off all meals purchased to customers ordering via the app on Friday 6 December.

The My Macca’s app is now available for free via Google Play and the iTunes App Store.

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