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The Cheesecake Factory® CakePay®
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Food and Drink||1.5||June 29, 2017||0.0|
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Version 1.5 released on June 29, 2017
-Updated Payment Methods Screen -Touch ID Now Enabled
Version 1.4 released on February 19, 2017
Minor bug fixes
Version 1.3.1 released on January 26, 2017
• Redesigned payment methods screen • Misc bug fixes
Version 1.3.0 released on August 15, 2016
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CakePay® is a payment app that allows you to pay at a participating The Cheesecake Factory® restaurant via Smartphone. With CakePay®, you can split and pay your bill and add a tip directly from your Smartphone. That means no more waiting for the check. Whether it’s dine-in, to-go or curbside at a participating The Cheesecake Factory® restaurant... CakePay® gets you on your way quicker. CakePay® also allows you to search our extensive menu and see many photos of our food to assist you in your dining experience. The Cheesecake Factory® is known across the globe for its extensive and creative menu, generous portions, distinctive décor and legendary desserts. With more than 250 menu selections – all handmade, in-house with fresh ingredients – and more than 50 signature cheesecakes and desserts, there is truly something for everyone at The Cheesecake Factory®.
The Cheesecake Factory® CakePay® Ranking History | Food and Drink
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The Cheesecake Factory® CakePay® Worldwide Rankings | Food and Drink
The Cheesecake Factory® CakePay® rankings per country in Food and Drink category.
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