Pizza Hut Launches Mobile Ordering Apps


Pizza Hut announced free mobile ordering applications for the Android smartphone and the Apple iPad, as well as an updated version of its Apple iPhone app.




The app trio makes Pizza Hut the leader in points of access among national pizza chains and continues the company’s commitment to utilizing digital and social media tools to get customers their favorites faster and easier than ever. Pizza lovers hungry for the latest in Pizza Hut digital innovation can visit to download the apps.




We launched the pizza category’s first ever iPhone app in 2009, and knew immediately that mobile ordering was the future of the pizza business,” said Baron Concors, chief information and digital officer at Pizza Hut.



The success of our iPhone app has sparked users of other platforms to clamor for their own way to order from Pizza Hut. We’ve heightened consumer engagement by observing our customers’ digital lifestyles and making our food easily available to them on their preferred platforms.  And we’ll continue to evolve as they do,” Concors added.



Each of the new apps take mobile ordering to a new level, with options that expand on the capabilities of the original Pizza Hut iPhone app.



Pizza Hut becomes the first national pizza chain with an ordering app for the growing number of Android subscribers across the United States. The Pizza Hut Android app includes the same features as the successful iPhone app, with updated menu and payment features that make ordering Pizza Hut favorites from the Android fast and easy.



Pizza Hut’s iPad app allows customers to tap, tweak, twist, and flip their way to their favorites using the trendiest digital platform on the market. The sleek design features crisp product images and an entertaining pizza builder that makes ordering Pizza Hut more enjoyable than ever. The iPad app also features adjustable button functionality that lets customers choose their favorite way to interact. It is available for 4.0 iOS and higher.



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