EE reveal official Glastonbury Festival 2013 app for Android and iPhone

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ee-glastonbury-app-thumb.jpgHeading out to the swamps of the Glastonbury 2013 festival? It’s a big site with lots going on, so sponsors EE have handily put together an official app to help guide your stay at the world’s best music festival.

The app includes an annotated site map, up-to-date news straight from the event, a schedule organiser so you don’t miss your favourite bands, artist biographies and access to the seven live streams that BBC’s iPlayer platform will be running from the main stages, among other features.

Kicking off on Wednesday June 26th, this year’s headliners include the Arctic Monkeys, The Rolling Stones and Mumford and Sons, alongside hundreds of other performers and artists.

“We put a lot into making this festival as good as it can possibly be,” said Emily Eavis, organiser of this year’s Glastonbury Festival.

“I hope the app helps people navigate the site and introduces them to acts they’ve never seen before.”

Click here to grab the free app for iPhone. For the free Android version, click here.

Gerald Lynch
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