Push For Pizza is an App That Lets You Push For Pizza

Takeout delivery apps like Grubhub and Seamless have taken the world by storm. The world says in unison, we don't have to actually talk to someone in order to continuously stuff our faces with delicious takeout food. Ah, it's lovely how the Internet brings us together, isn't it? In any event, what if there are simply too many options on Grubhub and Seamless? What if you have a burning desire just for pizza and nothing else? You can't possibly be expected to click the 'pizza' tab on either service! That would take at least two seconds. No, you are going to need a dedicated app.

Push For Pizza unsurprisingly allows you to push a big button to order pizza. Here's how it works. You open up the app, push the button, enter your credit card information and address and how many pizzas you want. The app, which only allows for cheese or pepperoni, will then offer you some local selections to peruse. Once you pick your poison, a tasty 'za will shortly show up on your doorstep, ready for consumption. Voila! It's as simple as, um, every other food delivery app out there only with an aesthetically pleasing button.

The app is currently available for iOS and is, of course, free.

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