Check Your Winning Numbers with Andro Lotto UK
Is the National Lottery website blocked at work? Are you fed up with having to check the National Lottery website on your Android device? Tired of re-entering your numbers every time?
If you like playing the National Lottery in the UK, and want to check the winning numbers on the go on your Android device, then have a look at Andro Lotto UK.
Developed by XDA forum member nmesisca, Andro Lotto UK shows you the latest results and will check your numbers against the winning ones, highlighting any numbers that match. The app also supports multiple lines per game.
Originally posted by nmesisca:
Andro Lotto UK supports the UK games of:
- Daily Play
- Dream Number
Andro Lotto UK supports all screen resolutions and is available to download for free in the Market.
For more information on Andro Lotto UK and other country variations of the app, check out the application thread.
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