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Google I/O 2011 Android App Arrives

Google I/O 2011 Android App Arrives

This app is the official Google I/O 2011 conference Android application.

  • Version: 0.15
  • Size: 730KB (no apps2SD)
  • Category: Reference
  • Price: Free



Note: this Android app is almost solely useful for attendees of the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, May 11-12th.

The first thing you’ll notice about this app is its beautiful user-interface that makes navigation an absolute breeze. The homescreen contains icon links to important details like the event’s schedule, sessions, sandbox, as well as a map to the location (and a 3-level map of the Moscone Center).

Checkout the schedule to find when the keynote presentation, lunch, and developer office hours will take place. With session tracking you can view the schedule of classes, arranged by topics like Android, Chrome, and Google APIs. By selecting a specific class, you can view a summary of its content, who will be speaking, in addition to when and where it will be held. If you want to make sure you don’t forget about anything in all the excitement of the conference, star it for quick access from the app’s homescreen.

Pros:

  • Instant access to Google I/O schedule, detailed sessions, and speaker info
  • Find out what companies will be playing in the “developer sandbox”
  • Find your way to the conference (and then within the Moscone Center) with the integrated map
  • Simple, attractive interface optimizes usability



Areas for improvement:

  • Release source code for developers to leverage the elegance and efficiency of this app!



Conclusion: A must-have Android app for any developer or Android/Google fanatic that is attending this year’s Google I/O conference.

P.S. Who can we expect to meet at Google I/O?¬† We can’t wait to be there!

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