Chipotle Mexican Grill announced its new iPhone and iPod touch ordering app, which makes it way too damn easy to order an $8 burrito.
The free app, which is now available in the App Store, gives iPhone and iPod touch users the ability to craft a favorite Chipotle order, assign it to a store location of their choice, and securely pay for food direct from the device.
It's pretty versatile, too: you can pick which fillings you want, or give specific instructions (go easy on the lettuce, or heavy on the corn.)
Let me make this clear: there are more than 80 Chipotle locations within a 30-block radius of ZDNet's New York HQ.
And the app happily takes group orders -- you know, so you can rope the whole office into it.
This could be a problem.
The app, which was built by Berkeley-based Pervasent and designed by San Francisco-based Sequence, will even save your favorite order for next time.
(Black bean, half barbacoa-half carnitas, mild and corn salsas, sour cream, cheese and guacamole burrito, in case you were wondering.)