Domino's Pizza USA


Description of App: 

Did Domino's just release their fastest, easiest, most appetizing ordering experience yet? Oh Yes We Did. Use your iPhone, iPod touch and now iPad to build your perfect pizza and order from our entire oven-baked menu. Pide Domino's en inglés o en español. Nuestro app se configure automáticamente con el idioma que has escogido para tu smartphone o tableta. Features: Order from over 5,000 locations nationwide Find coupons and deals specific to your local store Order faster than ever with a Pizza Profile and Easy Order Track your order progress from make line to delivery/pickup New app for iPad: Realistic Pizza Builder Updated Pizza Tracker Redesigned Ordering Experience

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known



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Accessibility Comments: 

AppleVis Editorial Team Note: As of 2.3.2. This app doesn't appear to be fully accessible as it originally had been. Please note down in the Comment area of the current problems with this app. Original Poster: This app works very well with VoiceOver. I have in fact placed and tracked an order on my iPod 4th Gen. When you fill in your order details such as name, address, etc., you will then find yourself on the order details screen. From there just double tap on the button labeled correct and you will get to the screen which has the store icon button, menu button and coupon button. There is also a text field which lists food and beverage, tax and deposit and there amounts, plus delivery. Swiping to the right you will then find a checkout button another text field which lists the total amount of your order. The order tracking feature is also read very well by VoiceOver. It told me right when the pizza was out the door and, sure enough, a minute or so after that, I was buzzed from downstairs. Very cool!

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads most page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Most buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.

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