If are a techie who lives in San Francisco, you probably know what a miserable experience it is to wait in line at Blue Bottle in Mint Plaza with all the other techies in San Francisco. Well, payments startup Square wants to make it easier for you to get the cappuccino you want, and make sure it’s hot and delicious when you arrive to pick it up. Since introducing its card reader years ago, Square has been looking for new ways to insert itself into people’s lives when they make purchases. Earlier this year, that meant launching an app designed to improve the user experience of ordering and picking up food and coffee from nearby merchants. By introducing its Square Order app, the company enables customers in San Francisco and New York City to skip the line, place orders ahead of time, and pick them up at their convenience.

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