Paul Howell
Sep 15, 2011

Spikes Asia 2011: Now available on an iPad near you

The iPhone and iPad apps are free to download anywhere in the world

Spikes Asia 2011: Now available on an iPad near you

It doesn’t matter where you are early next week. All the news, views, and pictures from Spikes Asia 2011 will be available via the festival’s new application for the iPad and iPhone.

Download the iPad app here, or the iPhone app here.
 
Sponsored by Lowe, the app will be updated regularly throughout the three-day event. Users will have access to both session preview and wrap-up information, schedules and timetables, maps (important for those late night networking sessions), photo galleries and a live Twitter feed.
 
“We’re proud to be behind what is an exciting addition to the Spikes festival,” said Vikas Mehta, regional growth officer for Lowe and Partners Asia-Pacific. “This app literally puts Spikes in people’s hands, adding a new interactive dimension to the festival."
 
But while the app makes a perfect companion for all delegates at the event, it’s also a handy substitute for those not able to make it to Singapore.  It allows creatives and industry insiders to keep up to date with what’s going on, and even participate in the surrounding conversations - all from anywhere in the Asia region, or the world.
 
The app is free to download anywhere in the world.
 
This article first appeared on Campaign Asia.
Source:
Campaign India

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