Join fellow Norwich City supporters in our ‘Track the Fan’ project and you could win an iPad
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Norwich City's Championship clash with Sheffield Wednesday at Carrow Road is your first chance to use our new iGather app, and with it the chance of winning an iPad. Follow our guide on how to take part in our 'Track the Fan' project.
Between now and the end of the season we're asking Norwich City fans leaving their home for Carrow Road to use our new app to see how far supporters travel to home games. It only takes a few seconds and if you leave your email address you will be put in the draw to win an iPad.
Follow our step-by-step guide on how to install the app and submit your entry:
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1. Go to the Apple Store or the Google Play store
2. Search for iGather and download the free app
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3. Open the app and select 'Track the Fan'
4. Select 'Add a Fan' and fill in the brief details asking where you travel from
5. Take a picture, or choose an existing photo from your phone's library, and add it to your post
6. To be in with a chance of winning an iPad you need to leave your email address
7. Press 'Submit' and your entry will appear on the map both on the app and on the website at www.pinkun.com/track-the-fan
We'll be collecting details for the remaining three home games of the season as the Canaries push for promotion against Sheffield Wednesday, Middlesbrough and Fulham.
The project is part of a trial of a new app called iGather which allows people to easily submit news, information and opinion via their mobile phones. Look out over the next few weeks for the launch of other campaigns using the same technology.