08.19.2013 10:53 AM
IBC Mobile App Makes Navigating IBC 2013 a Breeze
The IBC Mobile App provides access to the IBC Exhibitor List, Conference Programme, floor plan and an overview of the feature areas within the exhibition
Want to keep on top of everything at IBC 2013 from the convenience of your smartphone? Then download and install the free IBC Mobile App to your iPhone or Android handset. The free IBC 2013 Mobile App is a fully enhanced catalogue that you carry in your pocket or purse. It provides constant access to the IBC Exhibitor List, Conference Programme, floor plan and an overview of the feature areas within the exhibition.

With the IBC Mobile App, you can search the IBC 2013 Exhibitor List searchable by A-Z listing, hall number and product category. You can also view complete exhibitor profiles with the ability to contact an exhibitor directly via phone and email. As well, you can save your favourite exhibitors for later reference, add notes about exhibitors from the show floor, and export these via email.

The IBC Mobile App lets you search the full IBC 2013 Conference Programme by day, stream, theme and speaker. Users can sync conference sessions to your phone's diary, save your favourite conference sessions, and add notes to the conference sessions and export these via email. You can even download the latest news from IBC fed directly to the app, and view information about the exhibition, including all the free features areas and IBC Awards.

Don’t wait: download the free IBC Mobile App now. 

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Posted by: Anonymous
Thu, 08-22-2013 10:00 AM Report Comment
How many complaints from WP8 owners Will be required TO get an app for US? Or at least an mobile webboage (no Flash please) or an downloadable PDF?

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