Snapfinger, the online and mobile ordering and e-commerce solution that serves the $4 billion take-out food market, is now available as a mobile application for the Android platform. The application's market share spans most sectors of the restaurant industry, serving casual pizzerias such as BJ's Brewhouse, fast casual concepts like Firehouse Subs and quick-service restaurants including Subway.
With more than 2 million users, five mobile apps launched, and a dozen more set to release in the next 30 days, Snapfinger is the de facto standard for restaurants needing online and mobile e-commerce solutions.
Snapfinger enables users to access more than 28,000 national restaurant chains currently in its network, find nearby locations, order food and complete the payment transaction process in a matter of minutes. Snapfinger is fully synchronized with the restaurant's POS, ensuring order accuracy, real-time menu updates and accurate prep times.
Snapfinger for Android is the first nationwide, multi-branded restaurant ordering application on the Android platform. The app will utilize features inherent to the mobile platform, including geo-location technology and voice-activated search functionality through Google Search by voice.
Snapfinger is now available as a free download from Android Market.
"Snapfinger is the gateway between restaurants and millions of consumers - we make it easy for consumers to order food from any device, and we put local restaurants (and their menus) in the hands of their customers," said Jim Garrett, founder and CEO of Kudzu Interactive, the parent company that owns Snapfinger. "We have the power to improve operational efficiency and increase guest frequency and average check size for our restaurant partners. Now with new partners and a cross-platform approach, we are exposing each brand to a rapidly growing user base."