With the 2013 update to the Dragon Con mobile app*, you now have the ability to share your schedule and exhibitor bookmarks between multiple devices. Check it out:
With the newest update to the Dragon*Con mobile app*, you now have the ability to share your schedule, status, and messages at the convention with your friends or other devices via the “Friends” function. Check it out:
So we just got a question asking how convention attendees can keep track of all the Dragon*Con schedule changes. First, a little reminder: all programming currently in the mobile app is tentative as the convention continues to firm up programming and appearances for 2012. Now, onto the recap:
We had a meeting with the mobile app developers this afternoon. Here’s the run-down: For all app users:
2011 was our first year having an official Dragon*Con mobile app, and it was a great hit with y’all. But there’s always room for improvement! We heard your feedback, recorded your input, and we’re confident this year’s app will be even better, stronger, and faster. We have the technology. (Can you hear the bionic FX yet?) For 2012, in addition… Read more →
So you’ve downloaded the Dragon Con mobile app to your smartphone or tablet. Here’s a few hints and tips to help you get the most out of it:
This year, in addition to the Film Festival, the Independent Film Track brings you four feature-length movies: Vampira: The Movie, Pirates of the Great Salt Lake, The Signal, and Blood Car.
The INDEPENDENT FILM TRACK is proud to bring you a screening of the independent film Forgiving the Franklins. The first feature by director/writer Jay Floyd, this comedy-drama has received critical acclaim and has screened at both the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT and the South By Southwest Film Festival in Austin, TX. The Franklins—Mom, Dad, and kids… Read more →