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Lib Dem Conference app screenshotWe are delighted to announce that our Spring Conference App is now available for download. The Conference App is an electronic version of the Agenda and Directory which has a built in diary which you can add which fringe events, auditorium sessions and training sessions that you are attending and create a conference schedule. To download it, search ‘Lib Dem Conf’ in the App Store (Iphone/Ipad) or Google Play (Android).

For Blackberry and Windows Phone we have a web app which can be viewed on your phone’s internet browser by visiting www.libdemconference.org.uk

The App has new functionalities such as the Business Card feature which can be used to share your contact details instantly.

We look forward to seeing you in Brighton and hope you have a fantastic Conference.

* Lewis Redfern is Fringe Coordinator & Events Assistant at the Liberal Democrats' Conference Office.

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