Apple has developed its WWDC 2013 app available for iOS on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. As the Worldwide Developer Conference approaches, Apple has prepared an amazing app that plans to keep users on tracks with all sessions from the well-awaited Apple event.
As far as the event is concerned, the Fruit Company plans to reveal multiple new products and innovations. First of all, in the opening keynote offered by Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, Apple will reveal next-generation operating systems, more precisely iOS 7 and OS X 10.9.
In the same time, the big Fruit Company is rumored to release a slimmer version of its famous MacBook Pro with an improved processor offered by Intel. The future hardware is expected to sport an improved FaceTime camera, which will offer increased resolution and even “full HD”.
As confirmed by Philip Schiller in a press release, Apple “developers have had the most prolific and profitable year ever” and they are excited to reveal “the latest advances in software technologies and developer tools to help them create innovative new apps”.
So far, the company has provided its users with recorded session videos quickly after the event, but now, for the first time, the company will be offering session videos during the conference.
In the case of the WWDC 2013 app, Apple means to offer an improved manner to watch WWDC sessions and events directly on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Moreover, WWDC attendees can use the app to organize their session priorities, navigate around Moscone West and save their registration information in Passbook. As it explained in the app description, the WWDC 2013 app is suitable for developers attending the conference as well as for developers back home.
The application developed by Apple exclusively for the future event allows users to browse times, locations and descriptions for sessions, labs and special events. In the same time, users are able to mark schedule items and favorites with a simple double-tap, in order to save time for interesting activities.
Since the app works on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, users can watch a part of a session on an iOS device and pick up later on another one. WWDC 2013 app is perfect for those users who want to keep up with the latest news, get important notification and see daily snapshots.
While roaming around the Moscone West center, the app provides maps to lead the way, as well as the possibility to mark visited places. For those who are interested in downloading the app, WWDC 2013 app is available within the App Store, and it is free for download.