Orange today announced the launch of their new and improved Orange GlastoNav application, a free mobile app, which enables Festival-goers to plan which artists they want to see at Glastonbury and navigate around the Festival using the indispensable GlastoNav map. For the first time ever, an Augmented Reality version of GlastoNav will also be available for the iPhone, to download as a free app during the week of the Festival.
The free mobile service is now in its third year and has evolved in response to feedback from last year’s users as well as Orange’s twitter followers. This feedback has led to two versions of the application being produced, the java app which will be available across a range of handsets and the Augmented Reality iPhone application.
GlastoNav is available to download for free from today by texting the shortcode GLASTO to 65101 for the java application. The Augmented Reality iPhone version is available from the Apple App Store during the week of the Festival.
For more information, head over to Orange’s GlastoNav site.
For those looking to recharge their batteries on site, the Orange Chill ‘n’ Charge area will be returning for the duration of the Festival with more free charging points than ever (whatever network you’re on), plus exciting new interactive elements and stripped back acoustic performances from established and up and coming artists.