Lottery software can play an important part in increasing your chances of success in the lottery. Lottery programs generally have an easy user interface which makes the program is easy to use and they are usually database driven. They are often flexible enough to be used on many different lotteries. The database they use is probably based on past lottery results. Some include wheeling systems.
Basically there are two types of lottery programs. One is a lottery analysis method which looks for trends and patterns in previous results. It will identify the frequency and occurrence of certain numbers. Mathematical algorithms are built into the program to analyse the results in different ways. Some of the lottery programs will then present the results of the analysis in an easy to see graphical display.
The second type of lottery program is the prediction type. This will attempt to identify the numbers that are more likely to appear in the next draw. Usually the software will split the numbers into different kinds. One is the hot numbers that have appeared most frequently in the past. The second is the cold numbers that have not appeared at all and may be classed as 'overdue'. The two sets of numbers will then be displayed in some kind of graph or table.
Some of these programs also include a function to help manage a syndicate. They can keep track of your weekly plays and help in printing the tickets and keep a record of wins etc. This is useful especially in a large syndicate where you might be playing a lot of lines every week.