Domino's Pizza Introduces Kindle Fire App

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Domino's Pizza Introduces Kindle Fire App
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You can't order a pizza from Amazon -- yet -- but now you can order one from your Kindle Fire.

, which already has an iPhone, iPad and Android app, on Tuesday announced that it now has a Kindle Fire app in Amazon's Appstore. (No link is currently available. The app is expected to hit the store this week.)

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The Kindle Fire app includes features from other Domino’s online apps, including a store locator, a full national menu, a coupon search and Domino's Tracker, which tracks your order. The app, which can also be downloaded for Android phones and other Android-based tablets, was built to accommodate the screen size of the device on which it’s used.

Domino's has been a pioneer in mobile apps. Its Pizza Tracker, which went live in May 2009, was one of the first for the category. The brand was also an early colonizer of the iPad. Given its track record, it's unclear whether others will follow Domino's lead in creating branded Kindle Fire apps. One brand that actually beat Domino's to the platform is Citi, which in March.

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