If you live in the UK or Ireland and own an Xbox One, you can be among the first in the world to download and use the official Domino's Pizza app for the game console. Microsoft released the app earlier today for those territories.
In addition to using the old-fashioned game controller, the Domino's Pizza app will reportedly open if an Xbox One user has his or her Kinect sensor connected and shouts "Domino's feed me!". The app lets users order their favorite pizzas, sides, drinks and desserts directly from the app, which is then delivered to their door by the nearest Domino's brick and mortar location. A Pizza Hut app for the older Xbox 360 was released a couple of years ago but so far that restaurant franchise has yet to launch a similar app for the Xbox One. So far there's no word on when the Domino's app will launch in the US.
What's the first pizza you're going to order from the new Domino's Xbox One app?
Sources: Xbox UK (Twitter)
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