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New York Lottery’s “Winning Numbers” App now has retailer and Quick Draw locator
The New York Lottery today announced that it’s popular “Winning Numbers” mobile app now gives users the ability to quickly find the nearest Lottery retailer or Quick Draw location.
The free “Winning Numbers” app, available on iPhone and Android devices is available for download here.
The New York Lottery’s “Winning Numbers” application, which launched in December 2012, has more than 500,000 users. Anyone with this application can get winning numbers for all of the Lottery’s draw games including Lotto, Mega Millions, Powerball, Cash4Life, Daily Numbers, Win4, TAKE 5, Pick 10, and the ever popular Quick Draw, where you can watch the live drawings and see hot and cold numbers. It also features a Lucky Numbers random number generator, prize charts and odds for all of the Lottery's draw games, and current jackpots for Lotto, Mega Millions, and Powerball.
“The updated “Winning Numbers” app is all about convenience for our players and giving them the ability to quickly locate the nearest New York Lottery retailer. It is easy to navigate and players can even set a jackpot amount to receive a reminder to play,” said Gardner Gurney, Director of the New York State Gaming Commission’s Division of the Lottery.
The improved mobile app also incorporates imagery that represents all things New York State – from Niagara Falls, city skylines and farms to suburban neighborhoods and fairgrounds.
About the New York Lottery
The New York Lottery continues to be North America’s largest and most profitable Lottery, contributing $3.30 billion in fiscal year 2015-2016 to help support education in New York State. The Lottery’s contribution represents 14 percent of total state education aid to local school districts.
New York Lottery revenue is distributed to local school districts by the same statutory formula used to distribute other state aid to education. It takes into account both a school district’s size and its income level; larger, lower-income school districts receive proportionately larger shares of Lottery school funding.
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