Wetherspoons launched its ordering app back in 2017– well prior to the arrival of coronavirus on British coasts (Image: WETHERSPOONS – GOOGLE PLAY STORE)WetherspoonsWetherspoons launched its bar app before the pandemic grasped the globe. Payment is made through the app with a credit or debit card, or systems like Apple Pay and Google Pay, which utilize fingerprint or facial recognition to validate your identity and authorize the payment.While the order app has been around for years, its usage has increased in the pandemic. As you may expect, the Wetherspoons app collects details from any of the types filled in within the app, including name, house address, email address and phone number.In order to pinpoint which branch of Wetherspoons youre in, the app taps into the GPS performance built into your smart device. As soon as youre inside the pub, the iPhone and Android app can be utilized to purchase drinks and food to your table.Using the app to do any of this will result in the software recording your names, contact details, reserving info, commitment card information, deal info, date of birth, e-mail addresses, telephone number, and payment details.While that all makes sense, the Privacy labels in the App Store expose that Greene King will store your search history, recognizing the make and model of your mobile phone, as well as how you communicate with the app. That makes a little less sense.Like the Wetherspoons app, the Google Play Store reveals more wider-ranging approvals than the iPhone version of the app.