LotteryHUB Now Official App of Powerball, Mega Millions

March 27, 2014 – The LotteryHUB Mobile app is now the official mobile app of the two largest lottery brands in the world, Powerball and Mega Millions.

LotteryHUB fans have been watching Powerball drawings live on their smartphones for nearly a year, and now Powerball’s sibling game, Mega Millions, will be featured on the app as well.

Players will be able to take advantage of all the same great LotteryHUB features for Mega Millions that they’ve become accustomed to with Powerball on the app.

Every drawing will be streamed live, right on your smartphone – no need to be glued to the TV, tickets in hand late on a Friday, Saturday, Tuesday or Wednesday night.  Players can watch every drawing, live or not, on the LotteryHUB app.

For players who don’t watch the drawing, checking Mega Millions and Powerball tickets has never been easier.  Not only are the winning numbers right in the palm of your hand, but players can save their numbers into the app and have LotteryHUB check them for you.


Enter or scan your tickets into LotteryHUB’s ticket tracking tools, and we’ll check them for you once the winning numbers are drawn.  If it looks like you’re a winner, LotteryHUB will send you an email or a push notification – your choice – to let you know.

The Mega Millions and Powerball channels in the LotteryHUB app also feature archived numbers, so players can check those tickets they find crumpled in their wallet, car or cookie jar against past winning numbers.

And of course, LotteryHUB keeps players on top of their game with the latest news from Mega Millions and Powerball.  Wanna know who won the big jackpot last?  Check out the news in the Mega Millions and Powerball channels.

The LotteryHUB app is totally free for iOS and Android, and version 4.2 – the newest update introducing LotteryHUB’s Mega Millions channel – is available now.


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Written by Matt Isaacs

Matt is the Editorial Manager for the LotteryHUB News Team. Matt graduated from Rutgers University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies in May 2013