Here in the UK now the summer has arrived its festival season. The biggest and most well known has to be the Glastonbury Festival which this year takes place from June 25th - 29th in Somerset.
With so many of us now being reliant (or addicted) to our smartphones for social communications I suspect that most folk will be taking their phone with them. For us BlackBerry 10 users we can plan our time at the festival thanks to the official Glastonbury app which has been created by UK 4G network EE.
It may be the Android app and you'll need to download it from one of the third party stores but at least we have an option and it works just fine - barring one section. It's full of great content so if you are going to the festival you certainly shouldn't miss out on much as the full schedule and list of bands/performances will be in the palm of your hand.
Where things get a bit frustrating is with the 'Maps' section of the app. Unfortunately, it doesn't work on BlackBerry 10 as it requires Google Play Services and as yet that's something we have to do without.
If you're hitting up Glastonbury the app is well worth having on your BlackBerry 10 device. I downloaded it from Snap and if you need further instructions on how to get Snap on your BlackBerry you can follow the link below.
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