Lotto Pro 2013 Review
Everyone would like to increase their odds of winning lotteries. I’ve looked at a variety of systems and applications that make this claim. Lotto Pro 2013 came across my desk today, so I thought I’d take a look and see what they promise. I’m not a big fan of lottery software for winning as they usually make all kinds of wild claims and it’s their sales that make them money. I’ll do my best to put any misconceptions aside and give you a fair and transparent review of Lotto Pro 2013.
How Lotto Pro 2013 Works
As lottery software goes, Lotto Pro 2013 is quite remarkable regarding complexity, and I can honestly say that it is one of the more professionally designed applications of this type. You install it on your computer, and at least in theory, you can use it right away because there are only a couple of buttons and actions that can be performed. Trust me when I say that you wouldn’t want to do that without prior research and I strongly recommend you to go over the user manual. It’s as thick as Encyclopedia Britannica but it explains in detail how every single function works and what it does.
The user needs only to download Lotto Pro 2013 and install, with the registration being done through the software itself. Assuming you have read all the information presented in the aforesaid user manual, you can use this lottery software for creating and checking lottery tickets. It is also helpful to those who interpret statistical charts and graphs, while the icing on the cake is the section explaining how wheeling systems are supposed to be used. There is no shortage of winners’ stories on their official website, though I took these with a grain of salt.
Lotto Pro 2013 Complaints
After wasting a couple of minutes trying to find some comments that were even remotely negative about Lotto Pro 2013 in their testimonials section, I went elsewhere. There are no scam allegations online and not many complaints about this lottery software, though I did eventually find a couple of pertinent reviews. The guys at CNET wrote a mostly positive review of the app, but they were not very satisfied with the layout and the design.
Equally upset are the users, and if you’re looking for a couple of short but honest reviews, I suggest you visit Download.cnet.com. The complaints were mostly about the fact that the application installs icons and shortcuts without asking, downloads third-party content and ultimately slows down the computer. Given the fact that these are mostly technical issues and the complaints are not directed towards the application’s ability of actually improving the players’ chances to win the jackpot, I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised.
Our Unbiased Conclusion On Lotto Pro 2013
I must say that the developers did a good job in creating an application that lottery enthusiasts who are hoping to cut corners and win the jackpot will find useful. The graphics are average, the application is neither speedy nor very intuitive, but overall it is considerably better than most of its competition. While I stick to my opinion that lottery software is as useful as a wooden frying pan and I wouldn’t pay a dime for Lotto Pro 2013 or similar software, go ahead and take advantage of the 15 days free trial. Just beware the downloads.