3 iPhone apps for navigating Consumer Electronics Show 2014
The annual Consumer Electronic Showcase is coming up on Jan. 7 through Jan. 10. And while we’ve been supplying some great guides speculating on what you can look forward to in major tech sectors at this year’s show, we’d be remiss if we didn’t give you a little help navigating the show itself. That’s why we’ve compiled a few apps that will help you get where you need to go to see all the best new tech at this year’s show.
2014 International CES (Free)
The official CES app, available on both iPhone and iPad, is the best guide possible for getting around during the show. It features interactive maps to help you navigate the show floor, a search feature with an exhibitor directly and a custom schedule creator so you can plan out just who and what you want to see during the show. It even has a Twitter feed of people talking about CES 2014 and a list of awards given at the show.
If you’re looking for the latest on the Wireless Power Consortium at CES 2014, be sure to download this app. The WPC app aims to showcase news about Qi member companies and products at CES. It also has guides to navigate you to WPC member booths like Devant Technology and Formosa Electronics. The app also provides check-in incentives.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, right? That’s why CES attendees shouldn’t forget they’re in the lively city of Las Vegas during the show. VegasMate is an all in one guide to navigating the excitement of Las Vegas. From restaurant menus and reservations to cab checks to see how much a particular fare might cost to a showcase of every event nearby, there’s not much VegasMate doesn’t tell you.
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