With just under a week until the big El Goog developer conference of the year, it’s worth noting that the official Google I/O app has been updated for 2013. As Google does every year, this app follows all the latest design trends and will give you access to everything you need to make sure you can find your way at the show.
You can view the full conference agenda, including sessions by track, form and edit your own personal schedule, view detailed session info — including speaker listings, bios, code labs, office hours, and more — sync your schedule across the Google I/O website and all your Android devices, support for lock-screen widgets in Android 4.2+, the ability to beam session details to another device and scan attendee badges to get their information using NFC, a detailed vector map for finding your way around, and a whole lot more.
There’s also a neat tablet interface if you’re downloading the app to a bigger slate. The Google I/O app is always cutting edge stuff, and it’s fun to take a look even if you can’t attend the show, so head to the Google Play Store and give it a download if you are even remotely interested in the events to come next week.
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