July 9, 2010 AT 7:40 pm

HOPE has apps for your phones…

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HOPE app!

The OpenAMD/Badge team has another exciting announcement: The Next HOPE iPhone App is now available for download and it’s totally FREE!

Just like the Android App released last week, this app contains the whole schedule, which we’ll continually update before and during the conference. The app also has full details on each talk, a favorites feature to mark the talks you want to attend, full search capabilities and a gateway for sending out vital information to attendees!

Visit the HOPE website to see what it looks like and also to give us some feedback.

If this awesome app inspires a need for last minute coding of your own, check out the public API for the conference badge.

Now is also a good time to remind you that pre-registering is the only way to guarantee getting a hackable badge of your own. Supplies are very limited, and we’ll be closing pre-registration on Sunday, July 11. So pre-register now, save $15 and get the awesome hackable badge!

As we get closer to the event, be sure to stay tuned here and via @thenexthope on Twitter.

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  1. I hope to meet you there!

    I’ve been a long time fan and reader. I even purchased my first Arduino from your shop! Along with a motor and prototyping shield.

    As an aspiring EE, I’d love to pick your brain for a bit if we happen to cross paths at HOPE.

    – Nick

  2. I’m pretty excited. I’ll be in NY for a business trip the next couple weeks, and might be able to make it over to NYC for HOPE.

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