If you’re the type who just can’t get enough of the upcoming Miss Universe competition and absolutely need to stay connected with all things Miss U, this app is your godsend.
Here are six reasons why, after trying and testing it ourselves, the Miss U: Official App is worth the download!
1. It’s easy to register! With any internet connection, you can sign in via Facebook, Twitter, or email. You also have the option to connect as a guest.
2. The app houses exclusive Miss Universe content. These include up-close interviews, video tours of local food spots, baby photos, and tutorials straight from the girls themselves.
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3. You get access to complete profiles of all candidates. You’ll get to read each of girls’ bios, view their official pageant photos and videos, and receive updates from their individual Instagram pages. The app also allows you to filter your search per pageant, region, and contestant name. What’s more—their database goes so far as tracking info since 2012!
4. It will keep you up to date on the latest happenings in the competition. Among the app’s many features is a calendar of events the Miss Universe organization has lined up for 2017. As of this writing, these include Miss USA competition dates for different states, the Miss Universe preliminary competition, and the live broadcast of the 65th Miss Universe.
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5. You can play games! There are quizzes that match your personality to that of previous and upcoming Miss Universe contestants, trivia questions that test your knowledge of the competition itself, polls asking you predict the next winner, and even "who wore it better" type surveys.
6. The app allows you to judge. It is one of four ways to help your favorite contestant land a spot at the Top 12. Casting of votes begins January 23, 2017.
Download the "Miss U: Official App" for free on iOS and Android
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