There's an app that can help you beat the queues for pints and food at the Aviva this weekend
Where have you been all our life.
Thousands of Irish rugby fans will flock to the Aviva Stadium on Saturday for Ireland's Six Nations meeting with France.
It's always a brilliant day out at a match there, but the one annoying part is the queuing for everything; food, pints and peeing.
However, queuing for two out of those three things could become a thing of the past thanks to an app called RapidQ.
The app won't help you get to the urinal first, but it will allow you to skip to the front of the line for beers and burgers.
Here's how it works:
"Supporters simply need to download RapidQ from the app store on their phones and they can then start ordering their refreshments for collection before kick-off, at half time or after the final whistle.
"Once fans have downloaded RapidQ they pay for their order through their credit or debit card and then show staff at the pre-order collection point a code on their phone and walk away with their choices."
For anyone who has been hungry, thirsty and badly in need of a pee while stuck in a queue at Landsdowne Road, the app might be for you.