ABA TECHSHOW 2012 Conference App now available

By at 16 March, 2012, 9:42 am

New for ABA TECHSHOW in 2012 is a conference app for iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry devices. For Android and Apple users, search your repsective app markets for ABA TECHSHOW and install the app. BlackBerry users need to go to http://abatech12.crowdcompass.com/apps on their device and install the app from that location (it's not available in the BB store). Registered attendees will find a slew of great features. Keep reading to learn more.

Attendees that have registered as of 3/14/2012 have received their personal access code for the app that unlocks attendee only features.These features include a full conference schedule that can be viewed in a number of ways including by day, track, speaker and more. Use the schedule to build a personal list for the sessions you want to attend using the favorites feature. The schedule provides full descriptions of the sessions, links to the speakers and their bios as well as links for individual session materials (materials will be fully available by the start of TECHSHOW).  Social events such as Taste of TECHSHOW dinners and other events detailed.

One of the best parts of TECHSHOW are all of the vendors found in the vendor hall. The app includes vendor information and their location in the vendor hall. Click on the location and you'll open the vendor hall map so you can find their exact location. Not sure where a room for a session is located in the Hilton? Open the hotel maps and find your way.

For Twitter users, the app includes a built-in fed for the #ABAtechshow tag and allows you to add your own tweets to the stream from within the app. The app is self updating and watch for news and updates from TECHSHOW.  

You can award stars to your session so others know what you thought of it and you can also complete the overall conference evaluation through the app. Download the app today and start planning your TECHSHOW experience.

Categories : ABA TECHSHOW

John Dulles July 28, 2012

The app is good, but not great. I just read an article about a new app coming up called airmatch (http://www.airmatch.net) that shows you the best matches with people of similar interests. I think you can make appointments with them without revealing your private contact data. That might be a great app, to offer us, the participants, next time.

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