It’s Finally Here: The AAR/SBL App for iPhone/iPad!

It’s Finally Here: The AAR/SBL App for iPhone/iPad! October 30, 2011

The app for iPhone and iPad that has been designed for those attending the AAR/SBL 2011 Annual Meeting has finally been released. Click here to get it on iTunes!

Stephen Cook spotted its appearance even before we received notification from AAR or SBL, and I am grateful that he shared the fact that he had done so on his blog!

I will be exploring what the app can do (I understand it has maps of the conference venues and the program, and perhaps more). But wanted to spread the word right away that it is available. If you are going to the American Academy of Religion and/or Society of Biblical Literature conference in San Francisco in November, and you own an iPad or iPhone, you are bound to want to install this app!

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  • Msfreyhauf

    Any plans for an app for Droid?

  • Msfreyhauf

    Any plans for an app for Droid?

  • Not that I am aware of, sorry.

  • Not that I am aware of, sorry.

  • Adam Bean

    This looks great! Except for one apparent flaw: when you click on a specific AAR or SBL session in this app’s version of the program, it appears to be listing the individual speakers in alphabetical order, NOT in the order they present. Since everybody has to duck in and out for specific papers now and then (or all the time), this could be rather confusing, and essentially prevents the app from completely replacing a printed program.

  • Adam Bean

    This looks great! Except for one apparent flaw: when you click on a specific AAR or SBL session in this app’s version of the program, it appears to be listing the individual speakers in alphabetical order, NOT in the order they present. Since everybody has to duck in and out for specific papers now and then (or all the time), this could be rather confusing, and essentially prevents the app from completely replacing a printed program.

  • That’s a good point – thanks for drawing it to my attention and to the attention of other readers!

  • That’s a good point – thanks for drawing it to my attention and to the attention of other readers!

  • Revdraymer

    There needs to be an Android App. Not all of us are slaves to fruit companies.

  • Revdraymer

    There needs to be an Android App. Not all of us are slaves to fruit companies.

  • I know. Some are slaves to robots. I am not sure which is worse…

  • I know. Some are slaves to robots. I am not sure which is worse…

  • Robert Puckett

    There is an Android app as well. Search for AM11AARSBL in the Android Marketplace.

  • Robert, thanks for pointing that out!