Pretty weak Well, the interface is awkward and unpolished, it doesn't show the price on build your own pie until you add it to the cart. I've used the web ordering a lot, and it's less clunky. Still, calling is the easiest and quickest way to order. Only reason to use this is if you don't want to talk to someone on the phone.
Much easier to use Ordering through the website was always a pain but this app is way easier. Occasionally the screen will stick on the Build Your Own screen, but its not that big a deal and it doesnt cause the app to crash.
Non-functional interface. Creating an order is okay. But then there's no way to actually submit it. Had to call.
Outdated clunky interface Ugly app - it's trying to look like an iOS app from from 2008. This app has horrible scrolling performance and the menu button of shame. Pressing the Android back button doesn't go back, it takes you out of the app entirely. Ditch your Webview app and create a native experience, please.
Not Android friendly! I started using this app twice and reflexively used the back button on my phone to try to go to the previous screen or dismiss a pop-up but the app closes every time. Useless!
Horrible navigation UI. The phone's back button will take you out of the app, instead of to the previous screen. When you switch back to the app, you have to restart your order. There is a checkbox to save your credit card information with your account, but the label is missing or off the bottom of the screen, so you just have to guess what the check box is for. This is really basic stuff. But wait, it gets better, don't try to order for delivery if your address has a unit number in it. It won't accept the address (even when it's the address in USPS database), and it won't ask for the unit number/letter later. There might be a step in there where you can manually add it, but why? Every other ordering interface out there has been getting this right for years, why is this still a problem?
Deliver pizza on ATV bike in bumpy ride before it gets cold!