Another quick and easy way to kiss your money goodbye. Great idea though.
Originally posted on Gigaom:
A new app called PayDragon hopes to make it easier for small businesses to accept orders from users, without consumers having to wait in line to order. It combines an ultra-easy ordering system on the front end, with one-click purchasing for consumers and a workflow management interface for businesses so they can see what has been ordered and fulfill those purchases.
It works like this: Once a user has downloaded the PayDragon app, he or she can add items from a vendor’s menu simply by scanning a QR code. Which is great, except that I hate QR codes. And I’m pretty sure everyone else does as well.
That’s why it’s good that PayDragon not only has the QR capabilities, but also enables vendors to create menu listings in the app itself, and allows consumers to add and delete menu items without having to scan anything at all. Frankly, this is the more likely use case for most consumers when they go about choosing what they want to eat from their offices or other locations anyway.