Apple Rolls Out WWDC 2013 App For iOS

Apple‘s big annual event, WWDC 2013, is just around the corner. In anticipation of the event, Apple has now rolled out a new iOS app, exclusively for the event. The app will essentially allow the participants to keep track of meetings and get real-time updates.

WWDC 2013

WWDC events are known as the occasions where Apple usually unveils its future plans. In the past, Apple has taken the instance to reveal its upcoming iOS and OS X releases and the same is expected of the company this year too.

WWDC 2013 typically features multiple events, meet-ups and talks going on in parallel at different sessions. If you are among the lucky developers who will get to attend this year’s WWDC, you can be sure that you will miss out a lot, specially all the updates coming from other sessions without the official iOS app.

The official app lets you get all the updates, photos and snapshots of the events at the end of each day. Moreover, you will also be able to find the venues easily and quickly. The app also comes with the apt descriptions of different shows at the event, so that you are sure of where you are headed to.

Moreover, rather than being given hard passes, participants will be handed Passbook credentials which they can present whenever they have to gain entry into a session. If you are worried, from where to download the app, then you can download the app here.

Source: iTunes
Courtesy: Ubergizmo

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