EE has launched the official mobile app for Glastonbury Festival 2014.
The broadband provider - the official communications and technology partner for the event - has made the app available as a free download on iOS and Android.
It builds on last year's version, with the addition of improved social integration, more detailed maps, a re-designed homescreen and top tips for festival-goers.
The app will again support live streaming of the BBC's Glastonbury coverage, ensuring music fans can stay up to date with events around Worthy Farm.
EE has installed a 4G network at the Pilton site, ensuring visitors can take advantage of mobile broadband connectivity.
Spencer McHugh, Brand Director at EE, said the 2014 app builds on the success of the first EE Glastonbury app last year.
"The improved social sharing capabilities, redesigned interface and improved map contribute to make this year’s the most advanced, user-friendly digital guide to Glastonbury Festival," he stated.
"Our bespoke 4G network at the festival will make it even easier for Glastonbury goers to access all the exciting digital content, including live-streaming from the BBC, available through the app this year."