Big news, McDonald's lovers!
According to Eater, McDonald's is working to integrate mobile ordering before the end of the year, so all your fast food cravings will be just a click or a swipe away.
The fast food company is already working on the technology and hopes to have it all running in its 14,000+ locations in the United States this year.
Competitor Wendy's also has plans to incorporate mobile ordering this year, as well, but the service will only be available in half its stores. Arby's and Burger King are working on the technology, but there's no word on when it will be rolled out.
Eater also reported that mobile apps are more accurate, as well, so if you're fussy about your Big Mac or Quarter Pounder, heading to the app might be the way to go.
[H/T Twitter / @23ABCNews]
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