I can imagine a few benefits from skipping out on building. Native app, but, it’s also all divided by a the cost of doing anything new, so I’m sure it makes less tsetse for profit people than product people. However, this app is garbage: even if the error codes have the exact same message as on the web (which isn’t hard for a native app to do). The hierarchy for actions is absurd. When I’m in the menu, I can’t see what’s in my cart, or my order totally until I’ve added an item to the menu or closed the menu. Further, when you modify a pizza (I suppose it’s possible domino’s executives only eat the specialty pizzas) the price of the item you’re about to add to your order isn’t displayed. If you have 20 cash and want to maximize your pizza toppings, you might be adding something to the cart and removing it till you get it right for a long time, depending on user intelligence towards domino’s menu pricing.
Bad app. It got an additional star because everything fit on screen and the branding was consistent with the average-at-best domino’s website. But that 2 should be compared with the 3 star’s missing for not valuing the user experience as an outcome of corporate value.
(FYI, I couldn’t see the text as I was typing this, Apple that’s a problem u should look into. iPhone 6s Plus)