Download LinuxFest Northwest apk 3.0.4 free for Android smartphone

25 Apr
LinuxFest Northwest

Posted by App Enjoyment in Books & Reference | April 25, 2016 | 14 Comments

Apk file size: 2.8 MB

The official app for LFNW: LinuxFest Northwest 2016!

Features:
* Keep an up-to-date list of sessions handy with their time and room location, even when not connected to the internet!
* Star sessions or BoF's you want to remember to attend, and sync them with My Sessions on LinuxFest website!
* Get your free tickets!
* Display a QR code with your tickets so you can quickly get through the door at the day of the event!
* Meet a new friend or contact? Scan the their badge to add them to your contacts or just to remember them for later!
* Find directions to the event and venue information!
* Find out about the event sponsors and see the exhibit hall map!

About LinuxFest Northwest:
LinuxFest Northwest is an annual OpenSource event held the last weekend in April, in Bellingham, WA USA. The Fest features presentations and Exhibits on various F/OSS topics, as well as Linux distributions and applications. LinuxFest Northwest has something for everyone from the novice to the professional. The hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. both days.

Permissions:
* Internet - for downloading the latest session list, providing event registration, and displaying event information
* Write External Storage - for allowing you to download event maps, etc

Whats new

    Fixed scanned badges that couldn't be downloaded. Click the saved url in your badge history to download them!
    The latest app version is 3.0.4. Check your version in the app's Help screen to make sure you're up to date!

App Enjoyment part of our Books & Reference and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update April 25, 2016. Google play rating is 94.4. Current verison is 3.0.4. Actual size 2.8 MB.

Download linuxfest-northwest-2014.apk 2.8 MB

14 Comments

David Griffith

Badge scans aren't working Thanks for the update. However, badge scabs aren't working... they scan, but the app doesn;t do anything. Not added to my "scanned badges"

Andrew Lake

Very nicely made Simple and to-the-point. Would be awesome if the BoF sessions were available.

Spencer Schwegler

Verry cool Best single event app I've ever seen. Definitely helpful tracking sessions. Use this again next year!

Tucker Siemens

A Well-made App I honestly didn't use it much because all the locations for events were on my lanyard and using the stop would require an internet connection for a lot of features. An offline mode might be nice next year. Otherwise a very well designed and implemented app. Keep up the good work!

Kyle Evans

Huzzah! Excellent to see such support for LFNW. Developer deserves a big thanks! Update: Was a very big help in finding details about sessions. Will be going through my bookmarks tomorrow to download the slides for things I wanted to check out in more detail.

Gabe Martin

Very well done Works great. Looking forward to LFNW 2013!

Camo Yoshi

So close! I just wish you could access all the portions of the website like (BoF sessions, your profile, and the forums). But for it's size & price it's already really great and I would recommend if you plan on attending Linuxfest. This is one of those apps that you will only ever use once a year... and I'm glad that it's free. :)

Iain Davidson

Awesome app! Thanks for providing such a great application for an awesome LFNW conference ! Was a great resource for helping me know where to go, and what to do with so many options available ! :)

Aaron Peterson

didn't us it much, but it was cool to scan qrcode from badges

Reese Wilson

I've tried resetting my password, but still unable to log in. I'm on v 3.0.2

Nicholas Nelson

Login didn't accept my credentials until I reset my account password. Looks great, except that individual event pages do not look native (likely using embedded WebView). Allowing me to scan and gather contact info with the app is amazing though!

Ira Huff

Nice app but For some reason does not recognize my account info cannot sign in

Aaron Peterson

didn't us it much, but it was cool to scan qrcode from badges

Jed Reynolds

Good Very useful

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