Push For Pizza
By Simple Food Solutions LLC
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Introducing Push For Pizza, the easiest way to order pizza. EVER.
Push For Pizza uses state of the art technology to make ordering pizza that much easier. Simply enter your address for delivery and credit card information, press the button, and hot pizza shows up at your door, all paid up, even the tip.
What's New in Version 2.6.2
Added new toppings: buffalo chicken, bacon, and green peppers!
Also includes some bug fixes and improvements.
No pizza, ripoff!
Money was taken from my bank account and no pizza ever arrived. They have no customer service and getting in contact with them to resolve any issues is done via sending them an email, doing a rain dance, and coming to terms with the fact that you just spent money on an app that lets you put ingredients on a pizza that will never come. I should have expected this from an app developed by a bunch of kids. Just look at the reviews.m before you download this. Seamless or grubhub will at least refund your money. If more than ten percent of the users of this app are have issues with money being drawn and not refunded, is that something you really want to take a risk with? Apple, please pull this app from the App Store.
Update: I finally was able to get a hold of someone at the pizza place that was provided to me and they denied ever having working with push for pizza. It's a bit unethical to advertise services for companies that don't even use your service.
Good Idea, Terrible Implementation
I downloaded this app the other day to see if ordering a pizza through it was any easier than other online methods such as grubhub and order up. While it is easier I would never use this app and deleted it immediately after checking the app out. The app had one pizza place available to be ordered from. I live on the third largest campus in the USA (Ohio State). You would think with the hundreds of pizza places around campus they would have more than just one place to order from. College students are the ones that will most use this app. Maybe instead of spending so much money on advertising they should take more time to add pizza places. If I need one step pizza I'll stick to domino's pizza emoji.
No Pineapple 🍍
While I like the idea behind this app, the ingredient selection page doesn't include pineapple in the ingredient selection. The team behind this start-up came to Florida State University to show off their Lamborghini and to give away lighters, sunglasses, and rolling papers. But if you're coming from another pizza delivery app and are used to getting lots of toppings on your pizza, such as at the Papa Johns 5-topping for $12, you might feel like you're missing out with the very limited topping selection this app currently provides.