"Wiesn 2013 - Oktoberfest 2013" is THE app for the Oktoberfest 2013!
*** Note: Please slide on the first screen of the app to the right to reach all functions! ***
The app contains all the important information about the tents and the beer price, a list of all the attractions and an interactive map. It also shows you the departures of the next train, bus and tube, statistical information and the expected people on each day of the Oktoberfest. By using the livecam and the weather forecast your trip to the Wiesn is perfectly planned! The official program of the Oktoberfest, frequently asked questions and the after wiesn parties in Munich make this app your must-have for this years Oktoberfest. Whenever you want to flirt with some of the munich guys or girls you can use the bavarian dictionary, or you just count your beers and the app shows you how much alcohol you got in your blood*.
- Countdown until the Oktoberfest 2013 is opened by the Munich lord mayor Christian Ude
- Information of the tents as well as the beer price
- List of all the smaller tents
- List of all attractions on the Oktoberfest
- Interactive map with all the important information about where the toilet, the police station and the first aid is
- List of all the possibilities how to get to the Oktoberfest by using public services as well as a list of all the taxi stands around the Oktoberfest
- The official program
- Frequently asked questions and their answers
- Expected people on each day of the Oktoberfest
- Livecam where you can get a new picture every minute
- Bavarian dictionary with translation
- Weather forecast
- Beercounter and calculator*
- Bring-me-home function: whenever you want to, this app guides you back home
- Statistical information about the Oktoberfest since 1980
- Facebook and Twitter integration
- Languages german, english and italian
All data are stored in the app, so no roaming charges incurred through data downloads (except livecam and bring-me-home)
* Disclaimer: The shown values are estimated by using general parameters and can vastly deviate from your actual blood alcohol level. The calculation is based on the Widmark formula and 1 liter beer with about 6% vol. DON‘T DRINK AND DRIVE!