When using most lottery number generators (even the national lottery's own lucky dip), they will produce multiple tickets independently of one another. That means if you're buying more than one ticket most of the time you're playing the same number on several lines. This makes no difference if all you're interested in is the jackpot, but for smaller prizes you've got a better chance of winning if you cover more numbers.
Lottery Balls generates multiple lines of numbers without repeating any across the tickets. You select what the highest number is, how many lines and how many numbers per line, so it will work with any lottery. You'll have higher chances of winning smaller prizes and if you get all the numbers, you've got a higher chance of walking away with a bigger prize because the numbers were random, so less likely to be chosen by someone else who you'd have to share your jackpot with.
If you win using this app then please take the time to rate it 5 stars. If you don't, then remember, the odds of winning the lottery are pretty slim.
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Added support for the iPhone X
Ratings and Reviews
This app does what it says it will do. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is that when the number of balls = 26, with the number per row = 1 and the number of rows = 5, the app generates 2 numbers on row 1 and 0 numbers on row 5. I could not find a way to contact the developer other than through review.
Comes up in portrait only on the iPad. Does not have a copy feature so the generated numbers can be copied to the clipboard or emailed or whatever. No programmable features whatsoever. Ugly interface.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.