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Tim Hortons app lets you pay for your coffee

Tim Horton app debuts on Windows Phone with the ability for coffee addicts to pay for their caffeine using their Windows Phone.

Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons has just released the official TimmyMe app that lets you pay for your coffee with your Windows Phone. Similar to how the official Starbucks app in the U.S. works for iOS and Android, TimmyMe allows you to store your Tim Hortons gift cards on the phone to pay for coffee and snacks. When you're ready to pay, a barcode displays on your Windows Phone and your barista can scan the code for payment.

The app is built as a universal app so it will work on both Windows as well as Windows Phone.

In addition to being able to pay using your phone, TimmyMe also allows you top off and reload gift cards using the app. There is even an auto-reload feature once your balance falls below a certain threshold.

And if you don't know where your nearest Tim Hortons location is, the app will also display a map with location information for those who are in need of a caffeine fix.

You can download the app in the Canadian Windows Phone store or by scanning in the QR code below.

TimmyMe QR download code

Thanks Justin for the tip!

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Tim Hortons app lets you pay for your coffee

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Plenty of Tims in my area of Ohio. Too bad they suck. I used to like them, not so much anymore. Quality has gone too far down hill

This is definitely a WP official week. I love ❤ it. Keep the official apps coming. Thanks for coming to WP.

This is certainly good news. If you prefer Starbucks, the app Sbux Card is also good for purchasing for your coffees with your phone. It is nice to have an official coffee app though, hopefully more will come.

What a pleasant surprise! I don't see how this is any more convenient than Interac Flash, but it's always nice to see official WP apps for companies up here in the Great White Frozen North.

I agree but our service provider collective in Canada is using rim developed backend so I doubt will see secure sim required solutions till after blue is fully deployed maybe

Funny, I was at a Tims this morning and saw the sign advertising the app for iPhone, Blackberry and Android and complained to the wife that we need it for WP. I take full credit for this. Well, that and my several tweets to them about it awhile back lol

I submitted it to wheres my app? a few weeks ago when ms updated it to allow submissions other then what is already there & yet they havent updated it yet

There was a Tim Horton's in Canal Winchester, Ohio that I used to go to all the time in the winter season. Oh how I miss their doughnuts and hot chocolate. Brings back good memories.

Nice! Another Columbus area native! I don't go often, but there's one like a mile from my work at Polaris!

Tim Horton's is having a lot of trouble taking off in the States. They have something like 300 stores, but some have closed as they're having trouble competing with entrenched brands like Dunkin Donuts. On the flipside, Tim Horton's ran Dunkin Donuts out of Canada like 10 years ago.

Too bad, from a promotional standpoint, that all signs in the stores only show iOS, Android, and BB as available platforms.

Totally agree. I find it quite strange that they are found a major push for their mobile apps recently, but they could have easily waited a few weeks ago they could include the Windows app.

Pilot project started long time ago. Probably way before WP app was even in development. It just recently went live in all locations. Those signs were approved and printed long time ago.

'Baristas' are also minimum wage employees who barely know what coffee is. That is a word popularized by Starbucks to make people feel like they were getting a more premium experience. It's like when Apple brands their display as 'Retina', instead of just describing it using the technical specifications as most other companies would. You're not necessarily getting a better display, but when its differentiated like that a lot of people will just assume that to be the case. In more cynical terms, you can call a piece of shit whatever you want, it's still a piece of shit.

This is awesome news! Non-critical app, but considering how Windows Phone is non-existent in Canada, having a significant brand such as Tim Horton's produce an app is very cool. I pray that carrier exclusivity ends and we start seeing devices such as 1520, 925, 930, and beyond, here in Canada.

Good stuff...let's hope Tim Hortons shows off the Windows Phone logo in their TimmyMe banners and advertisements. But thinking long-term, it would be a good idea for Microsoft to consider talking to the leading Canadian banks and getting them to support Windows Phone's NFC, be it Interac Flash or Visa/MasterCard.

They don't necessarily need to partner with banks as much as carriers. Soon Bell will be launching their own payment wallet (beyond RBC/TD integration) that will be basically bank agnostic however will probably not include WP due to the fact WP doesn't launch phones in Canada other than Rogers. (Which Blows)

Microsoft Canada is trying to get Bell to launch Windows Phones, but they are reluctant. There is no market for WP in Canada; sadly. Worse still, if you've been into a Rogers store lately, it looks they're probably scaling back on WP as well.

The only reason I am even aware of Tim Hortons is due to, How I met your Mother. Makes me want to go there now....

No Tim Horton's here in DC. Too far from civilization I suppose. But as an expat Canuck this is a must have app. Just to put on my start screen :)

Thank god Im an exchange student from Brazil living in Canada and I can go to Tims anytime. I think Im the only one in Winnipeg that has an Lumia 1020 here.

Sweet! I was just in Timmy's the other day and saw the ad for TimmyMe, and thought "that'd be handy on my HTC 8X."

How to be, Tim's!

I cant express how happy I am to know that this app has made its way to WP. I'm glad that Tim Hortons decided to have this app on WP. I wish Dunkin Doughnuts had an app.

They forgot to mention the app is voice enabled and works with Cortana. Simply say "Timmy Me pay..." and it'll bring your default Tim Card so you can quickly pay for your order.

I just emailed them about two weeks ago asking when a WP app version was coming out.  This is great!

HORRIBLE!!!
Anyone try the app before commenting? It's a shamefull attempt at app making. Buggy and FUGLY.

As a designer it is insulting to me that products in this state make it to market at all. I love this platform it disapoints me to no end when stuff like this polutes the ecosystem we work so hard to make awesome.

My angry 2 cents.

 

While I wouldn't necessarily expect one in Canada; I find it genuinely surprising that Starbucks, at least, hasn't launched in the States yet.