Be prepared for Build 2016 with Windows 10, iPhone/iPad, and Android companion app

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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With Build 2016 kicking off in just a few hours, check out our live blog for all the latest happenings. If you’re a little behind, you’ll also have the option to install the official app for the event as well.

Microsoft Build app for Windows 10 PC and Mobile

The Microsoft Build official mobile app for Windows 10 lets you manage your personal agenda, view session details, submit session feedback, access interactive venues, display show floor maps, and much more.

You’ll need to log in with the Microsoft account e-mail address and password associated with your conference registration to access the main features of the app:

-My Schedule: Access and modify the list of sessions, speakers, and exhibitors that you have added as favorites in the app or on the conference website Schedule Builder
-Schedule Builder: View and search the full conference session list. Select a session to favorite it, view details, submit session evaluations, and take notes.
-Showcase: Find the Microsoft groups and partners you want to meet.
-Conference Info: Find important event information and read about key event highlights to enhance your on-site experience.
-Maps: Find your way around the venue. -Social & News: Follow and join the conversation through our social channels

The same features are available for iPhone and iPad users as well as Android owners. Last year, Microsoft released the app a few days before the event itself — this time, though, the company wasn’t as swift.


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