White Castle gets mobile app makeover

White Castle, America´s first quick-service hamburger chain, has launched its new mobile app, the company said.

White Castle debuted its original version of its mobile app in 2012, and was one of the first quick-service hamburger restaurants to offer a mobile app for ordering food. The original app was created to help save customers time, by allowing them to order ahead for larger parties. It also gave them the option to customize their orders. White Castle values its customers´ feedback, and updated the app to include the same crave-worthy benefits, but in a way that´s more user friendly.

To celebrate the launch of the app and encourage customers to download, White Castle is giving those who order online or through the mobile app a Crave-worthy deal — a sack of 10 Original Sliders for just USD5.

The White Castle mobile app is available for free download now on the app store.

White Castle, an American fast-food hamburger chain based in Columbus, Ohio, is celebrating 95 years as a family-owned business. The company was founded in Wichita, Kansas, in 1921 serving The Original Slider® which was named the most influential burger of all time in 2014 by Time.