New Unique Lottery App, Lottery Live, Now Available In The App Store, Google Play, and Windows Store

September 05, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
September 5, 2014 - Lottery Live is the only app of its kind, proved to dramatically increase a lottery player's chances of collecting their winnings. Each year over a billion dollars of lottery winnings go unclaimed. Lottery Live is here to put an end that and put the winnings into the pockets of the lottery players, not back to the state/ Lottery Live is a ticket management tool with the state-of-the-art, user-friendly number recognition software. Users can photograph and log their ticket(s) for any lottery drawing in the United States. The app will recognize and store the numbers and provide immediate results via a push notification.

Not only will this app alert the user with their winnings (large or small), but it can also use GPS to provide turn-by-turn directions to the user's lottery retailer so they can collect their winnings or purchase more tickets. This intuitive feature works similarly to Google Maps in that it includes pins for each desired location. Simply tap a location to select and receive directions.

The innovative new app also assists in random number selection by providing results from a pool of "hot" or "overdue" numbers for a given lottery as well as an assortment of other features including countdowns to future drawing times.

"Lottery Live was created to combat this unfair system in which those who spend their hard-earned money on lottery tickets never receive their winnings. Lottery Live will save users time and money with its user-friendly features. You'll never lose out on your winnings again," says creator Jack Foster, President of JM Technologies.

The app is now available on the Apple, Windows, and Android App Stores for $2.99. For more information on the app please follow the company on Facebook and their website.

About JM Technologies, LLC
JM Technologies is a US-based team of technology professionals whose mobile apps aim to solve everyday problems from helping consumers save money to keeping them entertained.

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