11 apps for getting fast food faster
Taco Bell announced a new app October 28, 2014, that lets customers order tacos, burritos and nachos from their phones.
The app is free for iOS and Android.
Click through to see other fast food chains that use mobile ordering apps to speed up dinner even more.
Domino's app offers voice ordering for iPhone and Android.
Panera is rolling out its app to new locations weekly.
Free for iOS
The chicken chain is running a pilot program for its app in 31 locations across Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Texas and Virginia.
Burrito bowls on the go.
On Pizza Hut's app, users can place orders a week in advance.
Subway's app is currently available in eastern Massachusetts, Washington, DC, West Palm Beach, FL, Baltimore, MD, Dallas/Fort Worth and select other locations.
McDonald's is currently testing its ordering app in greater Columbus, GA, and Champaign, IL.
App users can skip the line at the order pickup counter to get their burgers and fries.
Moe's Southwest Grill
With the Moe's app, you can set a pickup time up to four hours in advance.
Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches
The sandwich chain calls its app "freaky fast."