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Android, Apple launch first royal app in time for wedding

Android and Apple users will soon be able to download the royal family's first mobile app, which features details of previous royal weddings.

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Android and Apple set to launch royal app: In anticipation of the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the royal family is launching a mobile app to share details of previous royal weddings.

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The first official royal app was launched on Tuesday, and with the marriage of Prince William to Kate Middleton just weeks away, unsurprisingly it focuses on royal weddings.

The "Royal App," launched by the Royal Collection, will feature details of seven previous weddings, including Queen Victoria's marriage to Prince Albert in 1840 and the 1981 wedding of William's father Prince Charles to Princess Diana.

It culminates with Charles's wedding to second wife Camilla in 2005.

The app, which will be available to download for Apple and Android users from April 18 at a price of 1.79 pounds, is the latest foray into the digital world by the royal family, following on from the launch of Twitter, Facebook and YouTube accounts.

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