Taco Bell will start taking orders via smartphone later this year

Fourthmeal is going mobile. Later this year, Taco Bell will start accepting orders via smartphone, according to trade publication Nation’s Restaurant News. Rather than looking elsewhere for an existing mobile ordering solution, the fast food chain has reportedly spent more than two years perfecting its own system. “Living Más is all about doing things differently,” mobile lead Jeff Jenkins told Nation’s Restaurant News. “One brand will be extraordinary, while everyone else is ordinary.” Jenkins said Taco Bell’s upcoming app will be “built on the moment of now,” displaying various greetings based on the time of day a customer is ordering. You’ll see pricing and hours of operation specific to your nearest Taco Bell, and can save…

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