Last night, in search of a quick and easy dinner, I opened up Easy As Pi, an app that's been sitting on my phone for some time. I pushed a button — and twenty minutes later, I was eating a hot, fresh, fancy-pants pizza.
Better yet, it was free: Easy As Pi is so new, they're willing to give all of its users a free pizza just to try it out.
On its website, Easy as Pi, also called Pi Pizza, calls itself a "hyper-fast artisan pizza delivery service," which seems about right.
The interface is a lot like calling an Uber: Set your location, choose your pie, and they make it really quick and bring it out to you. I ordered my pizza a little after 6:00pm; I was eating at 6:20.
It's not a new concept — there's a one-button pizza delivery app that's literally called