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Lotto Alert

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Price: $0.99

Rating: 1.75/5 (4 votes)


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Lotto Alert is a revolutionary application for people that play Mega Millions, Powerball and all other lotteries available in the United States. It is a feature packed lottery ALERT application. The most defining feature is the alert system that notifies the users of a win. This application, along with many other compelling user friendly features, prevents the user from having had a winning ticket that then expired because it was never checked. This app reminds the user that they have purchased and inputted a ticket and that it has been checked for them. It alerts the user as to whether or not they have won.

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