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Come one, come all [Google I/O attendees] - the official I/O app is now available in the Play Store. It includes maps, event schedules, the conference agenda, and detailed information about all sorts of devvy stuff. Oh, and this year you can play back various "I/O Live" talks and events straight to your 3.0+ tablet. Awesome. In addition, Google will be open sourcing the whole app once I/O has ended.

Another new feature comes in the form of Android Beam support for 4.0+ devices, allowing you to "bump" session details between two NFC-enabled Android 4.0 phones.

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Head over to the Play Store to pick it up now.

David Ruddock
David's phone is whatever is currently sitting on his desk. He is an avid writer, and enjoys playing devil's advocate in editorials, and reviewing the latest phones and gadgets. He also doesn't usually write such boring sentences.

  • http://meercat9.com/ Billy Moffat

    What's with the screenshots saying 25:10? That isn't a real time :P

    • Mikael Guggenheim

       Maybe it's a hidden competition and you just won!? :D

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Sweet spot!

  • skitchbeatz

    Any reason we should download this if we won't be there?

  • KarimMunir

    Guys, go to the Play Store and see the screenshots of this app. The Widget one shows a new search bar! Could it be 4.1?

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      • KarimMunir

        Well, it was rumored a lot that ICS was just an interface change with some new features and that the "Game changing features were moved to Jelly Beans (4.1). This is obvious since actually there isn't much difference from ICS, everything looks the same except the search bar. This might be cause of the new Google Assistant.

  • Christian Barbosa

    Maybe its a guess but with google playing jokes maybe its a hint on the next android release date? 25:10. That's October 25. Ics was released last year on the 19th so its pretty close to schedule. But that's my guess.

    • Sven Enterlein

      Maybe some of the Christians here will correlate that to some kind of "Book of Revelations" or something and find the answer therein :D
      But as one of the more mundane folks I'd agree that 25:10 reeks of a release date

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  • Adam

    Is there a Google IO party app?  We are having an amazing Party, Robot Balls with SDK, drinks, ladies and awesome DJ!  Seriously, come check it out if you are in SF during IO, or meet us in the sandbox at Google IO!  http://sphero-io.eventbrite.com/

  • tenaxitsolutions

    It includes maps, event schedules, the conference agenda, and detailed information about all sorts of devvy stuff. tenax it