And there's a Leeds version too...
Mobile Roadie is behind the latest music festival apps to go live for iPhone: Reading Festival 2011 and Leeds Festival 2011. They were released on the App Store ahead of this weekend's double-headed UK festival as free downloads.
They include a schedule for the various stages at the events, as well as news, photos and other information for festivalgoers.
However, as with several other festival apps this summer, this is also about discovering music by artists that you don't know: with dedicated buttons for Music and Videos.
There are playable audio clips from the bands playing, with Buy buttons linking them to Apple's iTunes Store - likely a source of affiliate revenues for Mobile Roadie and Festival Republic, which published the app.
The app has been controversial already on the App Store, though, due to users needing to scan a QR code on-site to actually get the schedule of performing artists. "What the hell is a QR code and where do I find it?" reads one pithy one-star review on Apple's store, while other reviewers criticise the app for frequently crashing.