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Eisteddfod gets its own app.

Originally posted on National Eisteddfod of Wales, Vale of Glamorgan 2012:

 

With more than 200 downloads on its launch day, visitors are ditching the map for an app to find their way around the 

maes at the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol, Vale of Glamorgan 2012, which takes place until Saturday 11 August.

The bilingual app is unique in that the menu and activities sections are in welsh and english but the language settings allow you to choose your primary language.  This is ideal for learners who may want to start in the shallow end but build confidence throughout the day/week.

Welcome and Information and Activities are the best places to get started and will give you a flavour of what’s going on this year, both day and night.  It’ll also tell you where you can pick up your for free translation equipment.  You can then search through all the week’s events and activities by day, category or venue and find them…

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