Tim Hortons Launches TimmyMe App for Windows 8, Use it to Pay for Your Coffee and Doughnuts
For our Windows 8 readers from Canada, here are some good news – Tim Hortons, the Canadian multinational fast casual restaurant known for its coffee and doughnuts, has released an official app on the Windows Store.
Tim Hortons’s TimmyMe app is available both for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 platforms and its main feature is the ability to pay for your coffee or doughnut via your smartphone or Windows 8 tablet, for that matter. The app is available completely for free, there are no advertisements inside whatsoever and you can follow the link at the end to download it. Also, you can set your registered Tim Card to auto reload right, check the balance of your Tim Card and find the closest location near you via the Restaurant Finder and will even give you driving directions to the nearest restaurant.
Use the TimmyMe app to pay for your lunch at Tim Hortons
Tim Hortons official app makes it easy to pay with your smartphone! Grabbing lunch at Tims? There’s no need to reach for your wallet. With our new mobile payment feature, just register your Tim Card® and enjoy a secure, convenient way to pay. It’s as easy as one, two, scan! Set it and forget it! Now you can set your registered Tim Card to auto reload right from your mobile device. Perform a one-time reload or opt for re-occurring auto reload for your convenience! All you need to do is tell us when you want your Tim Card reloaded and how much to add and we’ll handle the rest for you. Plus, check the balance of your Tim Card, give it a nickname and save up to 5 cards in the app. Managing your Tim Card have never been easier!
Also, another cool feature is the fact that you can get nutritional information for any Tim Hortons menu item by using the handy nutrition feature from inside the app. TimmyMe for Windows 8 comes with a size of only 6.5 megabytes and is filed in the Food and Dinning category. It will also work on your Windows RT device, so go ahead and follow the download link from below.
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