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LottoCal adds lottery numbers to iCal, calendars

updated 07:50 pm EDT, Wed April 1, 2009

LottoCal for Mac

Bare Bones has introduced LottoCal, new software that adds lottery number forecasts to iCal on the Mac, and to the iPhone and iPod touch. The application creates a calendar which contains info on current and predicted winning lottery numbers in user-specified areas, that are chosen via the programs system preferences panel. Users choose the location based on city name or ZIP code. For use with the iPhone and iPod touch, the software can be synced with their calendar using either MobileMe or iTunes.

LottoCal is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 or later and is currently priced at $10. Upon purchasing the application, users must also agree to pay Bare Bones 25-percent of their post-tax lottery winnings for using their predicted numbers.

by MacNN Staff





  1. LEStudios

    Joined: Dec 1969


    h*** No!

    h*** No to this! If I win the Lotto it will be on my terms. Plus I rather do the Quick Pick option! Bare Bones can keep their numbers scam to themselves!

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