Google I/O 2011
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Rating: 4.4 (2,146) Cost: Free Downloads: 100,000 - 500,000
The official Google I/O 2012 conference companion app supports devices running Android 2.2 , and is optimized for phones and tablets of all shapes and sizes.
With the app you can:
* View the conference agenda and edit your personal schedule
* View detailed session, code lab, and speaker information, including speaker bios, photos, and Google profiles
* 1 sessions right from the app
* Participate in public #io2012 conversations on Google
* Guide yourself using the conference map
* Get a reminder a few minutes before sessions in your schedule are due to start
* View information about companies in the Developer Sandbox
* Keep up with announcements from the I/O team during the conference
* View your schedule on your Android 3.0 device's home screen using an app widget
* Play "I/O Live" session video streams on your Android 3.0 and Google TV devices
* Automatically sync sessions in your schedule to your Android 4.0 device's calendar
* Beam session details from your Android 4.0, NFC-enabled device to another using Android Beam
Source code for the app will be available soon at http://code.google.com/p/iosched
Cameron - 2011-05-09
It looks nice, when I get it to work. Lags and slow to scroll. Sometimes force closes. Overall its a great idea, just doesn't work with my Incredible
Anthony - 2011-05-04
This will make following the conference so much easier. I'm loving the Catch integration.
jakob.kuelzer - 2011-05-09
Really good and useful app, just wish I could add the sessions directly to my calendar!
Steve Edson - 2011-05-06
Not going to I/O but the app is amazing on Desire and Xoom. Hope other apps follow this once code is released.
Evelio - 2011-05-04
Beautiful and with open source nature becomes perfect... hope can assist at least one time in near future :D
Metanil - 2011-05-03
You may think, this app is useful for 3 days. But the thing it leave behind is important. This will be a showcase app for all the developers, when they release the source code. Same thing happened with IO2010 app. As soon as this app was released on 2010, many other apps took idea from this. I think same thing will happen again, because this app is looks complete different in tablet and phone. So developer would learn how to write it, with the help of this simple app. Google, release code ASAP !
Midnight Wolf - 2011-05-04
!!! Holy crap, Google. Am i the only one that read (or even skimmed) the EULA?? The textbox cuts it off at the bottom! Serious legal loophole there...
mingles - 2011-05-05
nice app for event info browsing.
Anonymous - 2011-05-18
BigBen - 2011-05-03
Great. Can't wait for the next version of android. ICE CREAM SANDWICH!!!!!!!@ Google I/O @ 11th May :)
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