Fast food is going to be getting a little bit faster. Today the good folks over at McDonald’s are back, unleashing a new system that aims to make our fast food experience a little faster and modern. Today the word on the e-streets is that McDonald’s has launched their own mobile ordering system for select restaurants in California. The move comes after McDonald’s Chief Digital Officer, Atif Rafiq revealed last year that the company was hard at work on the platform.
The system is in use in both Monterey and Salinas, California for a limited time only. The system lets patrons place and pay for orders through the app before picking it up at the counter, drive-thru, or curbside collection location. The trial is set to run through the weekend before opening in Spokane, Washington on Monday, March 20. No word on if the platform will be available nationwide, but the word is that 80 McDonald’s locations will give the system a shot. Speak your thoughts on the news in the comments below and stay tuned for much more on this coming soon!