Fairy Lotto continues to garner reviews on the App Store

Innovative, fun online lotto and horse racing app, Fairy Lotto, ranks high on the App Store with positive reviews from different users

Fairy Lotto is an innovative online tool designed to provide users with an unprecedented experience. The free app is designed to ease the process of choosing lotto numbers and selecting their racehorses with the ultimate goal of ensuring they win the majority of the time.

Fairy Lotto is equipped with plenty of ‘magic’ to offer users, while also providing different selections for all Australian lotteries draws. The app brings together a combination of randomly generated numbers and numbers to match players’ preferences, in whatever combination they like.

The app does not only make it profitable for users but also makes playing a lot easier by relieving them of the long hours and stress involved in choosing numbers and selecting horses. The magical app goes through the race program to find horses that match the lucky charms of the players, considering their favourite letters, numbers, colours, and other factors.

The ease of using the app as well as the fun, excitement, and effectiveness of waving the magic wand has made Fairy Lotto one of the most sought-after apps on App Store, ranking #23 with 4.9 over 5 rating. “This has got to be the simplest and most enjoyable way to have a punt at the races, even after a few champagnes! The upcoming race / results notifications are really handy. Finally, an app for women! Thanks for telling me about it!” said Bekjones87.

Developed by Year Of The Monkey Pty Ltd, Fairy Lotto operates under affiliate arrangements with licensed Australian operators UBET (for horse racing) and Oz Lotteries.

The app is also available on Google Play for users of android devices.

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