REVEALED: The game-changing app that tells you when a McDonald’s soft serve machine is broken

REVEALED: The game-changing app that tells you when a McDonald’s soft serve machine is broken

  • Launching an app that tells you if a McDonald’s soft serve machine is broken
  • ‘McBroken’ Tells Customers Whether The Ice Cream Machine Or Frozen Coke Machine Is Working
  • The app and website will be launched in Australia after being designed in the US
  • The innovative app was created by 24-year-old software engineer Rashiq Zahid










A groundbreaking app is launched in Australia that tells you if a McDonald’s soft-serve ice cream machine is broken.

The ‘McBroken’ app and website are designed to tell you in real time whether the soft serve machine at your local McDonald’s is working or not.

Customers can use the app to find the nearest McDonald’s store, represented by a red or green pin.

The innovative app ensures that customers are not disappointed when they drive to McDonald’s for a soft serve ice cream.

The ‘McBroken’ app and website are designed to tell you in real time whether the soft serve machine at your local McDonald’s is working or not.

Customers can use the website to find the nearest McDonald's store, represented by a red or green pin (pictured)

Customers can use the website to find the nearest McDonald’s store, represented by a red or green pin (pictured)

If the pin is green, it means the machine is working, but if the pin is red, it means the machine is not currently working.

Customers can also use the app to determine if the Frozen Coke machine works with the same size.

To do this, simply click on the pin to display the current information.

If the pin is green, it means the machine is working, but if the pin is red, it means the machine is currently not working

Customers can also use the app to determine whether the Frozen Coke machine is working or not through the same format

If the pin is green, it means the machine is working, but if it’s red, it means the machine is not currently working

The innovative app ensures customers are not disappointed when they drive to McDonald's for soft serve ice cream

The innovative app ensures customers are not disappointed when they drive to McDonald’s for soft serve ice cream

The concept for the new app was conceived earlier this year by 24-year-old software engineer Rashiq Zahid from the US.

“I was like, there must be something that can be done about it,” Zahid told The Verge.

So he created a bot that tries to order a McDonald’s sundae every 30 minutes, and if it succeeds, the machine will be marked “available.”

While the US version of McBroken is currently active, the Australian version of the website is still under development but can be accessed.

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