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While I'm sure that most people could find the nearest Starbucks by blindfolding themselves and walking randomly a few blocks in any direction, the myStarbucks app displays the location and address of many local stores.
The icons on this list show nearby stores (for me), which ones are presently open, if they have a drive-through or not, and whether or not they have hot food and Wi-Fi.
The myStarbucks app will show you nutritional values for any food item or drink, although the drink values represent only a "Standard" size and don't include add-ons.
The customize feature lets you customize your order, so you can tell your barista exactly what you want!
Yep, it even shows the shorthand that is used to mark your Starbucks drinks. Here I have a 1/3 decaf, 2 shot Restritto Chai tea latte, with soy milk and vanilla powder on top.
If you're a coffee fan, you can read up on all of the varieties sold by Starbucks.
There's more info here than I really wanted to know. At least I know it goes well with lemon bars. YUM!
Want one of these yummy sandwiches, but you're concerned about calories? Check out the nutrition info in the myStarbucks app.
You can do a lot with this app. Find out when it's open, get directions, call 'em, invite a friend, or add to a list of the local Starbucks you visit.
To choose the size when you're building a drink, you just pinch or zoom the image. Of course, they always start with the largest!
This is the splash screen from the Starbucks Card Mobile App.
If you have a Starbucks Card and a Starbucks account, here's where you sign in to access your cards, check the balances, or reload them.
If you happen to live in certain parts of Seattle or in Silicon Valley (especially near the Apple Campus), you can actually pay from your iPhone or iPod touch.
More settings for the Starbucks Card Mobile App here. You can lock the app with a passcode if you're concerned about pickpockets stealing your iPhone and buying coffee with it.
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