Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) is allowing customers on order food through a Siri-like feature on its app on Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone and Google’s (GOOG) Android devices.
The new update to the Domino’s Pizza app allows customers to speak with a computer-generated voice named Dom. Being that the app is in its early stages, the company expects there to be mistakes and claims that the app will be better as time goes along, reports the Associated Press.
Using Dom to make an order is fairly easy. Customers first use the Domino’s app to enter their address and then are given the option to talk to Dom. Dom then guides the customer through the process of ordering and even asks what kind of topping they would like on their pizza. Entering payment information still has to be done through typing, the Associated Press notes.
Domino’s Pizza has been working to make ordering and paying easier. In January, the pizza chain teamed up with Ford Motors (F) to make it easier for customers who are driving to order using the motor company’s SYNC system. It has also added the ability to use Google Wallet to pay for order on mobile devices running Android.
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