Mobile World Congress 2016 Releases My MWC App for Windows 10

By: Ivan Jenic
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The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is the largest mobile event in the world. This year, it takes place from 22nd to 25th February, which means that we’re less than a week away from it! The organizer of the event, GSMA, just released the new My MWC app for Windows 10, for all the people that are going to attend the conference.

The official Mobile World Congress app has been available for Android and iOS for quite some time, and now, it finally made its way to Windows 10 users. Although the Store page of My MWC says it’s only for Mobile, we also installed it on our Windows 10 PC, which means that the app is a Universal one.

Organize your stay at MWC 2016 with My MWC

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If you’re attending Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, whether as a visitor, or a member of press, My MWC is all you need to organize your stay in Barcelona, and get the most of this year’s big event.

The app offers all the necessary information about the event, like when and where conferences are going to be held, as well as the schedule of all keynotes. It also allows you to set up your own MWC profile, and connect with other attendees. The app gives you info about local transport and hotels where you can stay during MWC, as well.

Since MWC is the biggest mobile event of the year, we expect a lot of new devices and technologies to be announced in Barcelona. WindowsReport is also going to be at this year’s Mobile World Congress, and as you can tell, we’re going to focus on announcements of Windows-powered devices, so we’re going to keep you updated with the latest news, right from the main event.

Thus, if you are going to visit the big tech event and you’re on Windows 10, make sure to install the app right away. If you’re also going to Barcelona, just remember “Mobile is Everything!”

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