Customers can now order Domino’s via Apple Watch

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Domino’s said it has added Apple Watch to the list of mobile devices its customers can use to order a pie, making it the first national pizza chain to enable this capability.

Use of Apple Watch to place or track an order is limited to customers who have a pizza profile and Easy Order (a default favorite order) saved with the chain, Domino’s said.

“Ordering via Apple Watch is the latest addition to a growing list of technology that customers can use to place and track their Easy Order from anywhere, at any time, using any device they want,” Dennis Maloney, Domino's chief digital officer, said in a statement. “Apple Watch marks Domino's ninth platform in the suite of AnyWare technology.”

Earlier this month, Domino’s enabled customers to place orders via Amazon Echo, a wireless speaker from the online retailer. 

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