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Never Forget MacDonald’s Orders Again with McDoWMobile
Was it one order of fries and two Big Macs or the other way around? What did your friend want with their combo? If you have ever gone to McDonalds as an emissary in order to bring back some food for a few people, you will have to agree that sometimes it is kinda difficult to get everyone’s orders right. Easy to miss details can easily trigger discontent amongst the people you were trying to help. To help you in such situations, XDA member Corwin9S has made an app to take orders for McDonalds. Simple to use with a finger friendly interface, this app will help you remember that Happy Meal every time.
When we are in a group, it is not always easy to remember the order to be make at McDonalds…
If we are driving and that we should speak to a microphone, with kids screaming…!
And as we do not always pencil or paper in hand … here is the solution (and only to date as I know), Windows Mobile, to be able, easily, take note of the order, read it after directly.
And also, why not send it by SMS… if you want your friends (or your wife) to speedy go to McDonalds !
As for many others developpers, I do something I occasionnaly need… So now, simply clic what who wants, then read the final when to ordre…
If you like this, feel free to buy me a coffee (even in McDo !)
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