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What's new in this version (0.19):
* NEW! Receive push updates to announcements and the conference schedule from the Google I/O team
* NEW! View full conference agenda
* NEW! Watch I/O Live streams on Google TV
* Fixes a crash on small screen devices
* Fixes several synchronization and Google Calendar integration issues
* Fixes missing logo images for developer sandbox companies
* Improves spacetime decompression algorithms; 29 total hours per day are now available
The official Google I/O 2012 conference companion app supports devices running Android 2.2+, and is optimized for phones and tablets of all shapes and sizes.
With the app you can:
* View the conference agenda and edit your personal schedule
* View detailed session, code lab, and speaker information, including speaker bios, photos, and Google+ profiles
* +1 sessions right from the app
* Participate in public #io2012 conversations on Google+
* Guide yourself using the conference map
* Get a reminder a few minutes before sessions in your schedule are due to start
* View information about companies in the Developer Sandbox
* Keep up with announcements from the I/O team during the conference
* View your schedule on your Android 3.0+ device's home screen using an app widget
* Play "I/O Live" session video streams on your Android 3.0+ and Google TV devices
* Automatically sync sessions in your schedule to your Android 4.0 device's calendar
* Beam session details from your Android 4.0, NFC-enabled device to another using Android Beam
Source code for the app will be available soon at http://code.google.com/p/iosched
Last comments from Android Market
Totally awesome, the source code have helped me a lot when developing apps.
Any chance of open sourcing this, an ideal showcase for things presented at conf
Where is the source code? Cant seem to find it.
Totally awesome ui. Thanks for releasing the code!
See no point of having the apps when Google have petty much everything else.
No YouTube links. Useless when conference ended.
I have heard about making this app open source. Would be usefull for development and for Android community.
It comes out for my 1.6 device now, after I had to basically switch to the droid they sent. Ah well, the event was worth the pain.