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Starbucks app to let you pre-order your coffee later this year

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It sucks when you go to Starbucks for a pick-me-up and some guy's holding up the line with an overly complicated request. Thankfully, the Seattle company's testing a mobile ordering service in an effort to speed things up. To be clear, when it debuts later this year, you still won't be able to get coffee delivered, but Bloomberg reports that the service will at least let you order through the Starbucks app before you get to the store. That's all we know about the upcoming feature, though, as the coffee empire's keeping mum about its finer details. We still don't know if the service will take custom requests, but if it does, we hope you tip generously for that fancy $50 Mocha frapp.

Source: Bloomberg
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