May 21 2014, 1:11pm CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
The Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is only two weeks away and in anticipation of the event, the company has given an update to its official WWDC app for WWDC 2014. As it was already expected, the entire receives a standard iOS 7 makeover which gets a neat orange tint. The app provides all the information you need to have at hand in order to attend the event.
The last update in 2013 also received a couple of features added on to the app but this time the 2.0 version remains unchanged to a great degree apart from a few tweaks here and there for the UI. But these minor adjustments have done a lot to make the app more attractive and pleasant. So much so, that the app ends up looking in line with the rest of the company’s mobile OS.
Moving back to the event itself, we have been hearing that the iOS 8 is going to be the major topic of conversation and as far as we have heard, there is going to be a lot of things in store. Starting off with the Healthbook suite which will most certainly steal the show and there is also going to be a standalone iTunes Radio app, Shazam integration with Siri, and a bunch of other exciting additions and alterations.
@HoneywellHomMed yes because apple has released health kit app at WWDC 2014 , with the help of IBM they will pioneer the future of mhealth— amits89 22 min 41 sec ago.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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