Powerball Picker Android Review
By Leon Harvey On 4 Feb, 2014 At 06:09 PM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 0 Comments

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The Powerball Lottery is one of the largest and most famous lotteries in the world. This American based lottery often offers jackpots in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an app for Android that could help you with this lottery?

Well, thanks to developer Swengeer, you can. Yu can use and store an unlimited amount of tickets for the lottery, which includes the PowerPlay and lets you use multiple draw counts. The app will grab any winning numbers that appear and let you know exactly how much you have won.

The app features a powerful number picker, and you can even store favourite number tickets for future use, and has a detailed stats screen.

Here, straight from the developer, are the app’s best features.Screenshot 2014-02-04 at 18

PowerBall Picker is a PowerBall Lottery App with the following features: 
Store unlimited tickets with a convenient number picker including PowerPlay and multiple draw counts.
Automatically retrieves winning number drawings.
Automatically calculate and display your winnings
Replay favorite tickets on any draw date.
Displays winning number statistics.

Powerball Picker for Android is well priced for the services and features it offers, and is a decent addiction for eager lottery players. The app is easy to use, with a naturally intuitive interface that makes playing the lottery very easy indeed.

Overall, this is a very decent little app that nicely fills a nice on Android.

Well worth a look for Powerball Lottery addicts looking to play and track on the move.


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Leon Harvey

About - Leon is an gamer who contributes occasional iPhone reviews to the site. A fan of Sci-Fi shooters, if it doesn't have decent graphics, Leon is not interested. A keen gamer who loves online co-op play.

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