Ordering food at Boston McDonald's just got a lot easier.
The popular fast-food chain recently announced that fans around the eastern New England area can now place their orders through McDonald's mobile app. Available in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire, the app will allow customers to pick-up their meals curbside, inside the restaurant or via a drive-thru.
It’s a pretty simple process, as users select their menu items through the mobile interface, which is then sent to a restaurant. As soon as customers check in to their location of choice, McDonald’s will begin preparing the order and place a charge on their card.
The fast-food chain’s app will also allow users to save their favorite items and restaurant locations for a smoother mobile experience.
The introduction of the mobile app to New England locations is the latest tech innovation by McDonald’s to come to the area. The popular burger and fries joint recently partnered with UberEATS so local fans can have their meals delivered right to their door.
“As part of McDonald’s ongoing evolution, we look forward to offering our customers more fun and innovative ways to enjoy their favorite menu items.” local McDonald’s owner Vijay Selhi said in a statement about the UberEATS partnership.
Earlier this year, the Golden Arches also launched a new kiosk system at area restaurants. Customers can customize and place their orders through a special touch screen display.
Hopefully McDonald’s can use its new high-tech offerings to solve the “Rick and Morty”-induced Szechuan sauce crisis.