BlackBerry Jam Asia: Conference App Now Live!

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With BlackBerry Jam Asia later this week, there’s no better way to enhance your conference experience than with the official BlackBerry Jam Asia conference app, available now in BlackBerry World!

With significant performance improvements, deep integration, and signature BlackBerry 10 look and feel, this year’s app is better than ever. Here are the new app features:

  • Create session notes in BlackBerry Remember
  • Synchronize the sessions you’re attending with your BlackBerry calendar
  • Locate the room for any session on the conference map
  • BBM integration to share the app
  • LinkedIn integration to post status updates and connect with speakers
  • Foursquare integration for event check-in

Beyond that, features you love such as NFC for conference badge, speaker profiles, event messages, session scheduling, and many more are all back.

Like the app? Thank the developer! This year’s app was developed by BlackBerry Elite and BlackBerry Certified Builder for Native Application Development, Ekkehard Gentz.  Drop him a thank you on Twitter or check out his blog, where he’ll be sharing some of his development secrets for building the conference app and many other tips and tricks.

If you haven’t already, download the app now, and we look forward to seeing you September 26th and 27th in Hong Kong!!

About Brian Z.

Brian joined Research In Motion (RIM) in 2005 working with Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who specialize in Bluetooth, GPS, multimedia, and gaming. As a senior member of the Developer Relations Team, it's Brian's mandate to not only support the application development efforts for a number of ISVs, but also to act as a voice at RIM for third party application developers. Like RIM, Brian's roots are in the enterprise world, but over the past couple of years he's quickly adapted to the consumer space, and that's where he spends most of his time today.

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