Apple releases app for WWDC 2013 conference

WWDC kicks off next week in San Francisco and developers around the world are gearing up for the conference. Just in time for the event, Apple has released the official WWDC app, packing it full of tools that’ll let WWDC attendees track conference events and watch session videos each day.

The app lets developers browse the time, location and description for each session, lab or events. They can mark events and set them aside in a favorites list as well as provide feedback about session content  and speakers. A handy map of Moscone West makes it easy for developers to find their way around the event.

The app has several features to keep developers connected to the events they can’t attend. They can watch the session videos each day or browse the latest news coming out of the conference. When watching a video, developers can even stop watching on one iOS device and pick up right where they left off on another.

The official WWDC app is available for free from the iOS App Store. You will need to be a registered Apple developer to access the session videos.

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