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Five Guys Burgers & Fries Is Now Taking Orders From Android Phones

With over 200 new restaurants opening in 2011 and over 350,000 burgers sold daily, there’s bound to be a waiting game if you plan to get your eat on at a Five Guys location this year. For those of you on a tight schedule, the Five Guys team has dropped an Android App that allows you to input an order from your phone and pick it up when you get to the store!

The process is simple and the app is free from the Android Market. Simply launch the app, find the closest location, place your order (you’ll have to create a new Five Guys account so it will save your info), and then go pick it up! You’ll be able to skip the line and head straight to the order pickup counter in store, just tell them your name and they’ll hand you your food.

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“Restaurant Story” Game Finds a Home on the Android Market

For the millions of consumers with an Android Powered smartphone, you now have another way to waste hours of your day. The Restaurant Story game puts you into the shoes of restaurateur, allows you to design restaurants with a stunning amount of variety and creativity. Best part about the game? It’s FREE. Head over to the Android Market to learn more!

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Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s Officially Launch Mobile Rewards App

Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s chains have just launched their mobile rewards app we hinted at earlier last month. They’ve release an accompanying video ad spot entitled “Luck Off”, a rather humorous introduction to their mobile rewards app offerrings. The applications, currently available on both the Android Marketplace and iTunes store creates a loyalty program that reminds you that you will never have to worry about carrying an extra key card on a chain or losing that same card.

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Urbanspoon Software Launches for Android

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One of the most popular iPhone applications has found its way onto the Android mobile operating system. This is good news for you Nexus One or Droid users who never know where you want to eat, you now have that same ridiculously gimmicky “shake” application that your cute iPhone-having friends have been using for so long! The core of the application doesn’t seem to be changed much from iPhone OS to the Android software, but apparently search has taken a larger focus, but the idea of allowing you to find and choose nearby restaurants based upon location, genre and price point are still in tact.