The Rolling Stones have launched their first official App as part of the band’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
The Rolling Stones Official App will provide fans unprecedented interaction with the rock icons. Developed with the personal involvement of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, the app is free to download from today (some countries may take up to 24 hours to come online) and is initially exclusive to iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Fans can unlock exclusive content, including never seen before interviews and performances during the tour preparation – shot especially for the app and available in the exclusive paid-for section; win tickets to the upcoming tour ‘The Rolling Stones Live – 50 & Counting’; keep up to date with all of the latest breaking news – available in the app before anywhere else; see a spectacular collection of photos and videos of the band across the decades; and that’s just for starters…
Announcements will be made soon regarding previously unreleased content, exclusive to the app; and a feature that will let fans worldwide vote for a favourite track to be played at a forthcoming gig.
The Rolling Stones Official App also allows fans anywhere in the world to connect with each other and with the band themselves; preview tracks for free; listen to and buy any song from The Rolling Stones catalogue on iTunes; buy exclusive merchandise; follow tweets from the Stones; check out tour dates and check-in to tell the world ‘I was there!’ and much more.
“We wanted to do something a bit special and innovative,” said Jagger. “An App that really connects with the user, lots of exclusive content, integration with social networks, and the ability to make a song request for the upcoming shows.”
“There’ll be quite a few surprises in there for the fans; some behind the scenes footage; some old, some new stuff that very few people get to see,” added Richards. “It’s all part of a rather splendid celebration for us.”
For more details and to download the Stones Official App, visit iTunes here.
The Stones will perform at London’s O2 Arena on November 25 and 29, the Barclays Center in New York on December 8, and the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ on December 13 and 15.
The December 15 concert will be telecast live via pay-per-view at 9pm EST. Entitled “One More Shot”, the pay-per-view will be distributed by WWE.
The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones add New York concert date
The Rolling Stones: Keith Richards talks about 50th Anniversary concerts
The Rolling Stones issue new single, One More Shot
PHOTO: Happy Halloween from The Rolling Stones
Rolling Stones play second secret Paris show
Rolling Stones: Limited-edition 50th Anniversary whisky available
VIDEO: Rolling Stones rock surprise Paris club show
Rolling Stones play $20 surprise club show in Paris
Rolling Stones to play series of surprise club shows
Rolling Stones announce four 50th Anniversary concerts
The Rolling Stones release new single, Doom And Gloom
Rolling Stones to release new single this week
Rolling Stones currently rehearsing for fall concerts
MOMA marks Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary with film retrospective
The Rolling Stones unveil Crossfire Hurricane poster
Rolling Stones: Ron Wood’s ex-wife selling memorabilia at auction
Rolling Stones to debut Crossfire Hurricane in theatres next month
Rolling Stones: Charlie Is My Darling to premiere at New York Film Festival
The Rolling Stones collaborate with Carnaby Street for Christmas
Rolling Stones team up with ESPN for Monday Night Football
Rolling Stones: 50th Anniversary collection to include 2 new songs
The Rolling Stones top the hennemusic Hot 10
The Rolling Stones announce Crossfire Hurricane film
RUMOR: Rolling Stones to play live in November
The Rolling Stones are recording in Paris
Rolling Stones to kick off 50th anniversary tour this fall
PHOTO: The Rolling Stones turn 50
Keith Richards: The Rolling Stones are rehearsing
Rolling Stones deny farewell show report
RUMOR: Rolling Stones to play farewell show at 2013 Glastonbury festival
VIDEO: Mick Jagger, Foo Fighters play SNL cast party
VIDEO: Mick Jagger rocks Saturday Night Live
VIDEO: Mick Jagger - Saturday Night Live promos
Keith Richards has no plans to join Mick Jagger on SNL
UPDATE: SNL confirms Arcade Fire and Foo Fighters with Jeff Beck to perform with Mick Jagger
SNL: Mick Jagger to perform with Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire
VIDEO: Mick Taylor rocks Rolling Stones classic on Jimmy Fallon
The Rolling Stones rehearsing for Saturday Night Live appearance?
Mick Jagger hosting, performing on SNL season finale
The Rolling Stones hitting the studio this month
The Rolling Stones delay 50th Anniversary tour
PHOTO: Rolling Stones celebrate 9 million Facebook fans
The Rolling Stones announce 50th Anniversary book
VIDEO: Keith Richards posts message to fans
VIDEO: The Rolling Stones release 1981 show
VIDEO: Keith Richards & Eric Clapton jam at memorial concert