Outback Steakhouse 12+

Outback Steakhouse

Designed for iPhone

    • Free

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Description

The NEW Outback App is now available across all participating Outback Steakhouse locations.

The Outback App is the fastest, mobile way to enjoy the bold flavors of Outback Steakhouse.

Ordering your Outback favorites is simple with our easy-to-use ordering and ability to save your order for future steak cravings. Sign up for our Dine Rewards loyalty program, track your rewards and easily apply them to your mobile order. You can also find your nearest location.

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The Outback App is a convenient way to order your Outback favorites from your phone. Dine Rewards is built into the app for easy sign-up, tracking, and rewards access.

Here’s how:

Mobile Order: Customize and place your to-go order through the phone for Curbside Takeaway to pick-up at the restaurant or Delivery straight to your door.

Taste the Rewards: Join our Dine Rewards program, link your account to get rewarded for your purchases and apply your rewards directly in the app.

Save Your Order: View your previous orders for quick easy re-ordering.

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The Outback App uses data encryption to protect your financial information and card data is never stored on Outback Steakhouse servers. The Outback App uses GPS to enhance the user experience by prompting you when searching for a restaurant. Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 4.7.0

Updated menu layout, ordering enhancements, bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
48.4K Ratings

48.4K Ratings

17Me1717 ,

Useless

This app is useless and has been for years. It will not allow carryout orders to be placed in my area - a major metropolitan area north of Baltimore. It shunts you out to the regular website. The regular website is just as annoying, and also has been for years, because it oscillated back and forth between letting you have an account and making you enter all your account info (including your car info for pick up) every freaking time you place an order.

We like Outback food, but having to enter all the information, and not being able to do repeat order (like my little dinky pizza shop across the street can!) is infuriating. For a national chain, it is really pathetic and sad that they can’t get a simple mobile commerce service right.

I’ve been making these same comments for years, no change.

What really burns is that after entering all your personal and order information each time, the website asks you about your experience. One of the questions is something like “if you had not been able to use our online ordering service, what would you have done?” This possible responses include things like “gone somewhere else,” “ordered by phone,” “gone for table service,” etc. I guess not enough people are saying they’ll eat somewhere else, so they don’t bother to change a thing.

So much unnecessary hassle for what should be a very simple fix.

Apple nicknames are stupid %{^ ,

Earn rewards quick but can’t use them

Youl easily rack up $5 rewards if you order regularly and if you order large orders like my family and I do… Which I’m gonna spend about $100 or more… Which is 500 points and good for five dollar reward certificate and more than halfway to a second reward… On my last order I purposely didn’t use the five dollar certificate I had because it wasn’t a large order but I knew it was going to bring us to having at least one more if not two more rewards because I was only five points away from earning another reward… I ended up earning two rewards with that order… I know I have 35 dollar rewards so I have $15 to use right?… Wrong… They will only apply one to my order… So I told my wife to go crazy and get whatever she wanted… We placed a large order and when I went to use my coupons it would only let me use oneReward… I know it’s only 10 extra dollars that I’m paying… But it really rubbed me the wrong way and is definitely going to reduce how often I order outback… I find it difficult to frequent companies that show themselves to be cheap and or stingy. The policy shows a lack of loyalty to your loyal customers and well it did not stop me from ordering today because it is what my wife is in the mood for… Especially after spending 10 minutes putting an order together… It will definitely affect my business in the future.

parra520 ,

Good for dine in, bad for online ordering

The app tends to work well for diamond customers but here is my review for the online experience.

This is second time I’ve had problems with the mobile app.
The application (app) takes the customer online to place an order. After taking the time to click everything you want and hit the place order button, an error appears telling me to call the restaurant. The problem here is the wasted time. If the application is not working, than don’t let me order. I thought the point of having an app was to make ordering fast and easy. Not having to navigate through the steps only to be told there was an error. Please fix or improve the experience.
I would also like to point out that the mobile app IS online ordering. The mobile app actually takes you to the internet to place the order rather than allowing you to use it. It’s basically a waste of everyone’s time to make it seem as if the app does anything more than send you to the internet to do anything in the first place.

App Privacy

The developer, Outback Steakhouse, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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