Domino's Pizza Hero For iPad: Get Rid Of That Turkey Aftertaste

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Remember when TiVo decided to offer on-demand Domino's Pizza in 2008? Feels like forever ago, but the famed pizza chain is stepping keeping up with technological changes. While online pizza ordering has been around for years now, this new iPad app is a sight to behold. The Domino's Pizza Hero for iPad app is an iPad-only affair, but the capabilities are just insane. You can use the app to build your own pie, but where the fun really starts is that "Order" button. Whatever pie you dream up, you can actually order from a nearby Domino's store. And a real human will deliver it. It's the future, and it's here, now. If you have an iPad, we doubt you'll ever order pizza the "normal" way ever again. (And after all that turkey, why not mix things up today with a little pepperoni and ham?) Video demo is below.

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gazd1 replied on Fri, Nov 25 2011 6:59 AM

Looks okey if you've got no problem with gastro, but because I got it several times from them; I'll have to say "no way, Josey!".

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AKwyn replied on Fri, Nov 25 2011 10:05 AM

Cool... I personally think that Domino's has great customer relations, great marketing and great pizza and I think that this is a good way for Domino's to connect with their consumers and for consumers to have a bit of fun in the process...

Side note: HotHardware seems to be having somewhat of a slow day.

 

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Manduh replied on Fri, Nov 25 2011 11:11 PM

I've ordered their pizza a couple times and didn't mind it. I enjoy their pasta in the bread bowls, I'm not sure if they still have those, but they were delicious. I was about to say "If I order from them in the future I'll use this app" but it's not in the Canadian App Store yet :( Oh well, We actually prefer this little pizzeria a cpl blocks from our place anyway, they only take 15-20mins to deliver and they have the best pizza and wings in town. SERIOUSLY! lol

And ya Taylor, You're right it is slow around here tonight. :(

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rapid1 replied on Sat, Nov 26 2011 10:39 AM

I have largely given up on ordering Pizza's. Generally when we want one I will go to Walmart or Kroger DELI as they make them. Walmart makes them daily and they load them up. You just bring them home throw them in the oven and there better than delivery plus you can add things if you want. Generally they are between 6.50-8.50 for the 16" supreme which is a great deal especially for a fresh out of the oven Pie !

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gloriad1 replied on Sun, Nov 27 2011 12:27 PM

Yeah! You're so right! "gazd1", Yeah! Just so right! Not only with the gastro, but their pizzas feel and taste soggy also compared to pizza hut and the local old style pizza oven store.

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