Mar 09 AT 10:54 PM Alex Wagner 0 Comments

Google quietly publishes new Interactive Events app


Google today launched a new Android app into the Play Store, but strangely, it did so with zero fanfare.

The Interactive Events app for Android is now live in Google Play. It’s compatible with devices running Android 4.0 and up, and the description of the app says that it “provides agenda details and speaker bios for managed events.” Interestingly, you’re greeted with the following message when you first start up the app:

Shhh! This is a CONFIDENTIAL internal dogfood version of the Interactive Events app. Do not show this to non-Googlers and do not discuss this externally.

That message being left in was probably a mistake, but it’s still kind of weird to see. As for the app itself, it appears to be a sort of template app that conference creators can use to offer an attractive, well-made app that can help their attendees navigate an event, find sessions, and more. The app can ensure that Android-toting conference goers have a quality app that fits with their device.


If you’d like to check out this new Google app for yourself, you can grab it from the Google Play link below.

Via: Android Police

Source: Google Play: Interactive Events

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