TEDxYYC iPhone App Now Available

May 16, 2012

Download the TEDxYYC iPhone App Now.

With a stacked line-up of locally and internationally renown speakers, a venue that has yet to be opened to the public, and an amazing mix of food and culture, we’re already sure that TEDxYYC 2012 will be a remarkable experience for attendees. But, are you ready to revolutionize your TEDx experience?

Download the brand new TEDxYYC iPhone app and prepare yourself for a completely streamlined event experience. In an effort to reduce our environmental impacts on our local community, this will be our main event scheduling tool.


  •  – Watch the live mobile-friendly web stream directly from the app
  •  – Browse entire program with speakers’ bios, contact info, social media
  •  – Connect with speakers with built-in social media integration
  •  – Select favourite speakers for future reference and take notes
  •  – Access TEDx talks & photos after the event
  •  – Tweet & retweet on the Twitter live wall
  •  – Learn about TED initiatives & spread TED

The app is a one-stop-shop for event details. Download the app and be instantly connected to the latest social media updates, website links, webcast info, venue map, and after party info.

Download The TEDxYYC App

A special thanks to Appbaker for creating an incredibly easy to use iPhone app creation platform for TEDx organizers around the world.

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