Imagine going to Starbucks having already ordered your drink from your iPhone?
Engadget reports on an application for the iPhone which allows you to place an order for a drink so it’s ready when you get there.
Quickorder, as you can probably imagine, would enable iPod touch users to swing by their local Starbucks, order up their favorite drink and avoid a good deal of that always questionable human interaction.
Just demonstrates how useful/useless an application for a mobile device can be.
If you can order coffee, there must be ways in which you can use similar technologies for learning.
3 thoughts on “Order your Starbucks by iPhone”
Now all we need is Costa for Maemo and ..um McDonald’s for Windows Mobile.
Basically a task setting system with a list of variables (type of milk, size, cream or no cream etc) plus the ability to add a note. If it could be used to send slightly different orders/tasks to different stores/handsets then yes it would be pretty cool. Address book integration would deal with that part. It’d be worth keeping an eye on the Android development pages.. someone may be looking for a project.