Orange launch Glastonbury Festival iPhone app

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Heading out to see Stevie Wonder and co at this year’s Glastonbury music festival? Well don’t even think about pulling on your wellies until you’ve grabbed yourself the official GlastoNav app from Orange.

As essential as a bag full of Pot Noodles, this year’s app features Augmented Reality tech to overlay site details on toilet, bar and stage locations, as well as maps of the site, stage times and a feature to help you find your tent in the sea of campers.

Andrew Pearcey, Head of Sponsorship at Orange UK said: “GlastoNav is the best way to find your way around the Glastonbury festival site and make sure you and your mates don’t miss a thing. The brand new, innovative Augmented Reality app will also ensure iPhone users can find out a range of information from where the nearest toilet is to where they pitched their tents. The java app has also evolved for 2010 to ensure improved functionality and ease of use”

GlastoNav is available to download from today by texting the shortcode GLASTO to 65101 for the java application. The Augmented Reality iPhone version is available from the Apple App Store during the week of the festival.

Gerald Lynch
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One thought on “Orange launch Glastonbury Festival iPhone app

  • They said Monday … now they is sayin they aint ready.

    I is like, goin on the morrow …

    Where is it:?! Please God I wont have to read that beautifully produced festival programme handed out by the neo-nazi border guards?

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