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IDG has just released an update to their Macworld Expo companion app, iMacworld [App Store, Free]. In addition to being completely rewritten, the update brings all of the maps, events, and vendors up to date with this year's Macworld. The app isn't pretty, but it gives you access to lots of helpful features for navigating the expo. It includes a list of exhibitors, their info, and the ability to star them so you can remember which companies you want to see.
If you're headed out to Macworld next week, grab iMacworld before you leave! It's free and incredibly useful.
Those of you going to the Macworld Expo tomorrow might want to update your iPhone applications. Specifically, iMacworld has been updated to version 1.1, adding a finalized list of exhibitors, products and sessions, as well as small banner ads at the bottom, which are a small price to pay for accurate information. Grab the updated version for free by updating your apps or downloading it at the App Store.
With Macworld Expo being just two weeks away, it's time for all you attending to start preparing for the event. Arguably the most important item will be a way to find your favorite exhibitors, and IDG has just the thing. iMacworld [iTunes Link] is their first iPhone application and its sole purpose is to get you as much info about the expo and events as possible. The app is free and currently includes a list of exhibitors which can be found by booth number, product name, or company name. Additionally, messages from IDG and updates will be automatically downloaded whenever network access is available.