If you didn't receive an invitation to the April 29, 2011 wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, you can be a virtual voyeur with the Royal Wedding App. And, you don't even have to send a gift to the couple.
England-based BlueYellow Media created an interactive iPhone and Android app for The Royal Collection that allows foreign users to partake in the wedding without traveling to London. And if you are local, you won't have to fight your way through the crowds to get a glimpse of the royal couple. The app is scheduled for release on April 18.
The royal wedding app will give you an aerial view of the wedding processional route, a gallery of photos from the day's events and details of the royal family tree, according to an April 13 news report from the Canadian Broadcasting Centre.
Royal Wedding Frenzy
Have you been following the wedding plans for Prince William and Kate Middleton? If you're a lover of all things wedding related or simply want to gaze upon a grand royal gala, it's logical to turn to modern technology. Do you plan to installÂ the Royal Wedding App on your iPhone or Android? Explain why you're so intrigued with the celebration in the comments section below.
Kate Middleton and Prince William. Photo Credit: Nick Warner (Wikimedia Commons)