Restaurant Mobile App Features
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To give you the best digital experience of restaurant mobile app development, we’ve created multiple examples to explain in detail how effective our features can be. Project Pie creates customer loyalty and increases sales retention by including a loyalty card app function in their mobile application.
Designed For Your Business
We’ll start with a beautiful modern home screen that will be relative in design to your business theme or website. Information displayed via mobile app can be anything related to your business. Home page background can animate or fade to a variety of different images.
Do you have more than one location? The location feature can display all of your locations in one central place.
Hours & Directions
Get detailed analytics on a particular location. From the app, customers can call, email, get GPS directions or visit the website.
Your clients can order from your full menu with our easy-to-use mobile app’s interface. You can set delivery parameters such as a distance limitation or a delivery fee. which can be set to zero after a set dollar denomination spent. Payment can be taken by cash or credit card via Braintree (a PayPal company). Both parties will receive an email confirmation. However, the order can be printed out on a wireless printer as well (even in multiple locations). The food ordering system can be modified within seconds from the back office to update prices and menus.
Integrate your menu within the mobile app. This can be set up as a PDF or type out. For convenience, integrate the mobile website version of your menu within the app.
Display information about your business and how it got started or detailed information about your staff.
List your weekly specials or upcoming events using this feature on your mobile app. Your customers will be kept up-to-date with the ability to add those events to their personal calendar.
Display pictures of your business, customers in your establishment, menu items, or photos from past events, all optimized for the iPhone, Android, and iPad platform.
Users can sync their Facebook and Twitter accounts within your mobile app. This pulls their profile photo and name, which displays, along with their comments and posts throughout the app. It’s also a great tool for seamless activity sharing and tracking.
Stay in contact with your customers by gathering names and email addresses directly inside your mobile application.
The Loyalty feature allows users to have an in-app version of a traditional stamp or punch card. Rather than pulling out the hole-puncher or scribbling an easy-to-forge symbol, the vendor punches the secret code into the customer’s phone to add a “stamp.” Once users have reached the required number of “stamps,” they’ll unlock the rewards card app’s deal. This deal can be redeemed immediately or saved for later.
Integrate your Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Yelp, YouTube or Instagram page to connect with your consumers through their favorite social media sites.
This feature utilizes your mobile device’s camera, and allows users to collect coupon scans right through the mobile app. With QR Coupons, you can provide easily accessible coupons to your users. Each scan of the code will get the app users one step closer to a reward.
This is an easy way to increase engagement with a mobile app. The feature allows users to comment, ask questions, and discuss what they love about your business or service. Users can share photos, reply to each other’s’ comments, and view the location of fellow users.
Users have the ability to email photos directly from the app. For instance, if you named a tab “Party Cam” for your mobile app, users could email photos of their favorite moments, which the business could post on their Facebook page.
Send GPS push notification messages to your customers whenever you like. You can send a message within seconds or choose to have a message go out on a certain day and time. With the ability to focus on your target area by specifying the GPS area. The message screen shot on the right displays all the recent push notification messages that were previously sent out. This is viewable within the mobile app.
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