After much delay, the Starbucks app for Windows 10 Mobile is officially available. It enables users of the app to easily pay for their food and drinks using the app, as well as earn rewards.
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Starbucks has been promising an app for Windows phones for months, but today, a reference to the app showed up on the company's website, which should indicate that it's coming soon.
The new add-in lets you schedule meetings at your local Starbucks store and easily send eGift Cards from your inbox - and for a limited time, you'll also get a $5 eGift Card for yourself if you do so.
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At the Starbucks annual shareholder meeting, the coffee retailer's President and ex-Microsoft exec Kevin Johnson said the official Windows app will arrive in 30 to 45 days.
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Starbucks says they will bring Spotify's streaming music to all of it's company-operated stores across the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. to allow you to control the music in your Starbucks
Starbucks has announced a new partnership with Google that will see the over 7,000 coffee stores served by faster Google WiFi connections, in a move that could be a prelude to expanding Google Fiber.
With the launch of iOS6 last week, Apple introduced a new app for mobile payments called Passbook. In a tweet, Starbucks announced it's going to support Passbook to pay for your muffin and coffee
The CEO of the mobile payment company Square hints that the company could be making a Windows Phone app, as Square announced a partnership with Starbucks today.
Starbucks is the latest big brand to end up red-faced thanks to social media, after a tweet to its customers in Ireland asked why they're proud to be British - a contentious enquiry, to say the least.
In an initiative to get more customers into their stores, Starbucks announced yesterday, at the Wired Disruptive by Design conference, that they are going to start offering free Wi-Fi, powered by AT&T, starting July 1. "Free...
Glenn Fleishman writes "T-Mobile sent me the text of a lawsuit they filed yesterday against Starbucks. The telecom firm alleges that Starbucks didn't involve it in any discussions to launch their free loyalty program Wi-Fi...