Google releases its own Mobile World Congress app – Android MWC
Google has released its own Mobile World Congress application today, putting the free app in the Android Market for devices running 2.2 or higher. Strangely unavailable for Honeycomb tablets, Android MWC is a mobile companion to everything Android in Barcelona this week.
Features in the app are pretty much what one would expect out of its kind and include booth details, partner maps, a list of apps features at MWC, and photo notes. Perhaps the coolest part of the client is the ability to track all of the Android Pins with a checklist. If you’re in Barcelona this week and plan to stop by the Android booth, you’ll want to download the app.
Download Android MWC for free on your 2.2+ Android handset, including the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered Galaxy Nexus.
Respect knuckles to Gordon Winkler for the tip!
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