Apple Officially Released a WWDC iPhone app


Apple has a free official app for the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) released. The app lets you view the conference program, the layout of the halls of the Moscone Center and make your own schedule with workshops, sessions and other events such as lunch and dinner meetings.The app also includes a new section to see what is going on products will be announced at WWDC. In a gallery you can see how it looks on the show floor and in the workshops in the mines. Want to go to some sessions, you can capture that in the tab with favorites.



In the app you reserve your spot at one of the labs into the categories of User Interface, App Review, iTunes Connect, Support and Developer Program Publication. Is it time to move the session to go, then browse to the map function to know how to walk. All content is filtered by type technology, platform, sessions or labs.

Unfortunately, the information is not public for everyone to access, because if you install the app you need your Apple ID and password. Only $1.599 for developers who have purchased a conference ticket can access the app. You can use this app also on the  iPaduse because it is universal.

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