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MWC 2011: Mobile Guide App and Location Map

You might have guessed by now that 2011 MWC has already started, well early previews from the likes of Samsung and Sony anyway, as they have been showing off their Xperia Play and Galaxy S 2 (II). For those of you attending the event will want to know where what is, so the best way to do this is by downloading the official Mobile World Congress 2011 Guide App.

Looking on the official MWC website we can see that there is a choice of six apps; although not certain if this has been updated much, as it still shows Windows 6 as an option? The app is now live and ready to be downloaded, and offers details such as exhibitor listing floor plans and even contact details for exhibitor.

More details on this can be found here, once you view this on your mobile web browser then you will be able to download to your device. This app is still so much more than all of the above though, as you will have all the details on what keynotes will be taking place. There will be so much choice to do during the event, as over 1,300 companies will be participating.

If you have an Android device, then we have found this map of Barcelona MWC, which you can view offline. This app, which you can download from here comes pre-loaded with the map of Barcelona and has been updated to the 2011 version — not that much would have changed in a year.

We hope that these apps are all you need to have a great 2011 MWC?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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