Whenever there’s a major developer conference the host company typically releases an application that makes it easy to get around, find meetings and more. Apple on Monday released its iOS application for WWDC 2013, which kicks off with Tim Cook’s keynote on June 10.
The application will allow WWDC 2013 attendees to find sessions, locations for events, lab spots and descriptions of everything with ease. It also allows developers to mark favorites and sync them across various iOS-powered devices. In addition, the app will push the latest news, provide notifications and will offer snapshots at the end of each day.There will also be various maps to make it easier to navigate from one meeting to another, and an option for developers to provide feedback after each session. Registration will also be handled using Passbook, so attendees shouldn’t have to print out additional materials.
We’re expecting a lot of news from WWDC, but the most important part of the show is the developers who attend and push the OS X and iOS 7 further.