Google IO Android App 

Google IO starts in just six days, and the official app has finally hit the Android Market. It's a must-have if you're going to be at Moscone West next week (hey, that's us!), as it has a schedule of the keynotes and sessions, map of the venue (all three levels of it), sessions lists, bulletins, real-time tweets and more. Heck, even if you can't be in San Francisco next week, check it out just to follow along. Download links are after the break.

 

 
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Averix says:

Glad to have something that will get updated dynamically with changes to the schedule and events!

SteveEdson says:

It looks gorgeous on honeycomb. A bit sad that this is the best honeycomb app out there really.

aliasfan says:

Is it compatible with my driod x?

And if there is no hard ETA date for Google Music announced at Google I/O, then I will go with Amazon's solution... Sorry.

That's exactly what I was thinking...free Evo 3Ds to attendees and then those who don't want to switch to Sprint, will offload onto Ebay (just like last year's IO conference) and sell for the cost they spent in attendance fees.

That's exactly what I was thinking...free Evo 3Ds to attendees and then those who don't want to switch to Sprint, will offload onto Ebay (just like last year's IO conference) and sell for the cost they spent in attendance fees.

svargas05 says:

So uhhh.... Free Evo 3Ds for all particpants!?

:D

Averix says:

LOL Funny, I didn't see that in the app anywhere. ;)
Honestly, I know people are hoping for some good giveaways, but the point of this conference is for developers to learn and grow. It sickens me that tickets are going for $2000+ dollars on ebay. Trying to get a ticket this year absolutely sucked with the servers getting pounded into oblivion. I think they should make the tickets non-transferable so the scalping stops next year.

That said, if they give away an EVO 3D the first thing I will do is take a 3D pic of the smile on my face.

That's exactly what I was thinking...free Evo 3Ds to attendees and then those who don't want to switch to Sprint, will offload onto Ebay (just like last year's IO conference) and sell for the cost they spent in attendance fees.