Big Android BBQ app updated on eve of 2013 event
With but a few hours separating today and the start of the fourth annual Big Android BBQ we now have an updated app experience. If you’re headed to Dallas for the multi-day conference (giant Android hangout) then you’ll want to grab the 4.3 release. It’s the perfect companion to keep you up to date with latest news, sponsors, and the calendar of events. What’s more, the pins and connection features encourage social interaction so get your face out of your phone!
- View and plan your schedule! Receive reminders on your device and on Google Glass so you won’t miss your favorite sessions.
- Read about the speakers! Check out the who’s-who of experts dropping knowledge this year.
- Connect with people! – Meat (uh, meet) a new friend? Connect with the app using NFC and quickly grab their info to discuss that awesome app idea you came up with, or to hit the bar later!
- Earn pins! Who doesn’t like earning cool stuff? Complete tasks like connecting with people and checking into places to unlock awesome virtual pins you can show off to your fellow attendees!
- See our sponsors! Without their help, we wouldn’t be here.
- Read our news! There’s a bunch of interesting tidbits about speakers, sponsors, and other things going on at the BABBQ, and now you have easy access to it all.
- Not attending the BABBQ? With the app you can:
- Get excited about going next year! Right?
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