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Macca’s on the run – mobile ordering app

MyMacca’s app which is available nationally allows users to pre-order and pay for their meal at the tap of a button.

The app allows users to create an order, place it on approach to a nominated restaurant, and collect the meal on arrival.

MyMaccasMyMacca’s app will extend beyond the ordering process to give it customers a more personalised experience. Soon it will extend to use in the drive-thru (order and pay), gives customers the power to customise their order, save time in-restaurant, manage rewards and competitions, and remember their favourite menu items for convenient repurchases.  

Mark Wheeler, director of Digital of McDonald’s Australia said, “We’re always listening to our customers and looking at ways we can evolve their experience through digital-led innovation. When people think of McDonald’s they think convenience and accessibility, so we’ve developed the MyMacca’s app to take advantage of smartphone technology, and give our customers an experience that is as fast, easy and enjoyable as possible. We’re excited for customers across the country to try out the app and tell us what they think.”

MyMacca’s app is available to download on iOS via the Apple App Store and Android via Google Play. For a limited time, customers who download the MyMacca’s app will discover hidden value offers within the menu.

It will work at all 950 restaurants across Australia.



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Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!