Find a restaurant. Place an order. Skip the line. Don't kill anyone.
As a not-so-mild sufferer of the relationship-threatening “hangry” disorder (in which disorderly conduct ensues if my fork is bare), I can understand the desire (nay, necessity) for this app. Hangry is a tool that lets you beat the lines and stay calm, and sane. It’s three simple steps: (1) find a restaurant using the app’s GPS tracker, (2) place your order from the easy-to-read menus (easy is key, you don’t want any distractions) and (3) skip the line when you arrive to pick up your food. Everyone’s tummy could benefit from being prepared, even the Prime Minister, it seems.