Pittcon 2013 introduces enhanced mobile conference app

The Pittcon 2013 marketing committee has released its official conference and exposition mobile app. Attendees with mobile devices will have access to the Pittcon 2013 Mobile App which is available for free download in the App Store and Android Market. The app serves as an all-in-one event guide containing all the information and details about the exposition, programme and short courses, as well as a networking tool to use before, during and after the event. Features include the ability to create a custom agenda; receive reminders and updates; search, filter, and find; take notes and send by email; and exchange contact information.

The Pittcon mobile conference app was developed by California-based ATIV Software and built on its EventPilot platform, the robust native conference app for scientific, medical and technology meetings.

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