June 2, 2011
The World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) is that time of year that every iOS developer looks forward to, its like Christmas! Thousands of developers gather in SF at the Moscone Center to hear from top execs at Apple about what the year has in store and attend workshops to learn about new technologies. Oh and did I mention the parties? Those are pretty cool too, especially the Mobclix & Groupon Annual WWDC Mashup Cocktail Party (make sure to register today)!
Aside from the official WWDC app, you should definitely download these apps before landing in SF on Monday, they are sure to maximize your WWDC experience.
Action Tasks Lite – iPhone (Free)
There will be a lot going on and alot to keep track of while at the event. From keynotes to demonstrations to workshops to after parties, keep yourself at ease by jotting down all the things you need to get done with the Actions Task Lite app.
Bump – iPhone (Free)
If you don’t already have the Bump app downloaded on your phone, do it…now. Conferences are the best place to use an app like bump, with a simple move of your wrist, you can instantly swap contact information, photos, music and even apps! It is a great way to connect on all levels.
iTrivia – iPhone ($0.99)
What better time to test your Apple knowledge than during a break in sessions or a potentially boring presentation at the conference. The app features over 500 challenging questions for Apple fans, written by Apple fans. Do you think you know as much about Apple as Steve? Prove it!
Moe’s Notepad – iPad ($0.99)
Being at a fast-paced, high impact conference with so much information to take in at one time, requires the best of the best note taking tools. Moe’s Notepad is unique because you can also take multi-media notes…video, audio, photo and even freehand sketching!
Party List – iPhone (Free)
As with every year of the conference, the parties dont disappoint! With so many events, you’ll need an app to keep track of all of them. Look no further than Party List! They added all the parties for next week and give you the ability to get all the details you need…including a map! Worried about not finding out about last minute parties? Party List has you covered, they send push notifications every time an event is added.