Radiodays Europe 2014 Conference App Launched

The app for the 2014 Radiodays Europe conference has been launched.

The free app, developed by All In Media, is available for both iPhone and Android handsets, and can be downloaded from today on all international app stores.

Visitors to the conference, in Dublin, Ireland from March 23 – 25, can take advantage of an event planner system, with alerts and push notifications, full speaker and session information, as well as the app’s innovative delegate messaging system.

The messaging system will connect delegates and speakers at the event, allowing them to communicate within the app without sharing private contact details, and ask questions, or arrange further business opportunities.

Chris Gould, CEO of All In Media, said: “We’re pleased to be launching the official app for Europe’s largest radio conference. The instant messaging feature will provide a valuable new way for attendees to keep in touch with each other before, during and after the event.”

Rolf Brandrud, Manager of Radiodays Europe, said: “All In Media have produced a quality app and we are looking forward to seeing the first conference app with a messaging service.”

Rolf added: “We have appreciated the efforts of All In Media and enjoyed working with them on this project.”

The app has been developed by All In Media, an international radio technology company that has launched over 300 radio apps for customers including Absolute Radio, Nova Entertainment, Orion Media, Primedia, RTÉ, Southern Cross Austereo, talkSPORT and UTV.

All In Media will be exhibiting at the conference, located on stand 14, with members of the team on hand to discuss future technologies, mobile innovation and app development queries.

Chris Gould will also run a breakout session looking at mobile apps for radio, at 9am, Tuesday March 25.

The app can be downloaded for iOS and Android now.

Posted on 19th March 2014 in News

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