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Royal Wedding gets first official Royal app for iPhone and Android phones

The Royal Collection have announced they will be releasing the first official Royal app, to coincide with the Royal Wedding on 29 April 2011.

There will be a database filled with info on seven previous Royal weddings, including Queen Victoria and the marriage of Prince Charles to Diana, and later, Camilla.

“Apps enable us to place works from the Royal Collection in the hands of a worldwide audience,”  said Jemima Rellie, from the Royal Collection.

“It is fitting and exciting that the first Royal Collection app will share the stories of past royal weddings and offer a wealth of historical context for the ceremony on 29 April,” 

The wedding app will cover the dresses, gifts and yet more details of previous ceremonies, said the Royal Collection.

Better known for its art collection, residences, and china collectable,  The Royal Collection has developed the official app, and has set the release date on both Android and iPhone for April 18 2011.

Royal fans, wedding fans, and fans of both will be able to download it for £1.79.

There are already several apps covering April’s Royal Wedding. A brief search on iTunes will bring several pages of results, for both the iPhone and iPad.

Oh, and there’s the Royal Wedding Phone. We don’t think it’s been officially approved, though.


Picture: Reuters

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