The official mobile app for this year's European Games in Minsk has been released.
Developed by LLC Synesis Sport, the app is available on the Android and iOS platforms to users all over the world.
It contains all of the latest news, photos and videos as preparations continue for the second edition of the European Games in the Belarus capital.
Competition schedules and information about the Games' cultural programmes are also included while push notifications can be set-up to receive the latest updates.
Much of the app's information will also be available to users offline.
"We cannot imagine our life without mobile gadgets in the dynamic modern world," said Minsk 2019 chief executive George Katulin.
"Every day, millions of developers are working on new IT solutions, and in Belarus, they are among the best ones.
"Their goal is to make the use of mobile devices as comfortable as possible, and the access to information resources as fast as it can be.
"We are glad that our partners in the development of the software and hardware unit for the Games have created a quality product - a mobile application.
"And users all over the world can see the advantages of it."
Minsk 2019 has also unveiled a 3D visualisation of the Dynamo Stadium to help fans buying tickets at the showpiece venue, which will stage ceremonies and athletics.
A visual panorama and the opportunity to turn 360 degrees shows people what view they will get from their seats.
Lesik, the Games' mascot, has also started to appear online as a "virtual assistant".
The fox provides online chat and speaks in both English and Russian to help people with their queries.
A total of 15 sports are due to be held at Minsk 2019 in all.
More than 6,000 athletes, coaches and officials scheduled to attend between June 21 and 30.
Earlier this month, organisers said that all sport facilities for the Games had been completed and are ready.
A total of 12 venues are set to be used during the Games in all.