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McDonald's launches mobile ordering app



McDonald’s has launched a new app which allows customers to order food from their smartphones and collect from their nearest restaurant.


By downloading the app, fast food lovers can browse the menu, see what’s new and check out nutritional information before ordering their meal on the go.

To receive an order, diners must check-in by scanning a QR code when they arrive at their chosen restaurant, at which point staff will start preparing the food.

The app is only currently available at 22 of McDonald’s restaurants, including one in Cardiff and nine in London. It is expected to roll out the service to a majority of its sites within the next 18 months.

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