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Win the Lottery Thanks to WMLotto649
If you are one of the millions who play the lotto regularly, you may soon realize that picking numbers is not something you want to take lightly. With this in mind, XDA member savrix85 has developed an app for WM that will do just that. It randomly picks a set of 6 numbers between 1 and 49. The app is light and simple to use, so if you are tired of using the same numbers over and over again, let your WM device try your luck. Who knows? Maybe you will hit the jackpot with the device that you cherish so much.
Make sure that you leave some feedback for the developer as further improvements can probably be done to the app.
New lottery app, WMLotto649! This app helps you choose 6 numbers ranging from 1 to 49.
It works same as the other ones: tap on the Generate button to have the series of six numbers to play.
Use it to play with several national lotteries, such as:
- UK Lotto – UK
- Lotto 649 – Canada
- La Primitiva – Spain
- Lotto 649 – Greece
- Mark Six – Hong Kong
- Loto 6/49 – Turkey
- Euroworld Lotto, Megabucks, Go Lotto – Liechtenstein
- Duzy Lotek – Poland
- South African Lotto – South Africa
- and others…
You can find more information in the application thread.
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