Domino’s adds another mobile ordering platform: smart watches

Domino’s customers can now place a delivery or pickup order via Pebbles or Android Wear smart watches, the chain announced Monday.

Users need a Domino’s app for the watch, plus a profile and past order information.

Patrons can also use the chain’s popular Tracker app, which enables customers who order pizza to watch the progress of their order, from preparation through the knock at the door.

Domino’s already fields orders placed through smart phones, tablets, computers and Samsung Smart TVs.

About a quarter of the chain’s sales are generated through digital orders, according to officials.

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