MeetApp Offers Real-Time Conference and Event Smartphone App

MeetApp is offering a flexible event planning app that allows managers to control their events in real-time from a smart phone or mobile device.

Chicago, United States - October 13, 2017 /NewsNetwork/ —

Chicago— Organizing a large-scale event can be nearly-impossible. Sending out correct location, dates, and itineraries can be difficult enough; if there’s an update to the schedule, there’s bound to be many people left out and confused by the outdated information. An instant content distribution system can help fix this conflict, but finding the best medium for a system has proven to be difficult. MeetApp hopes to be the final cure for this issue with its smartphone app.

The flexible conference app, MeetApp, offers a real-time conference agenda with adjustable information and a wide variety of extra features, such as push notifications, an engagement mento-meter, and a dynamic Word cloud to gather all recorded information from participants. The MeetApp mobile app is highly customizable to the specifications of a conference or event. Event organizers can adjust the logo and color scheme of the app to match their group and raise brand awareness, and the easy to use administration system even allows beginners to set up the event or navigate its features. Adjustable privacy features mean that participants can remain public or anonymous with optional event password protection or options for anonymous (and thus more honest) feedback from event goers.

The MeetApp conference app allows for social media integration. This makes it a great option for a band striving to share information about a setlist while encouraging concert attendees to connect through Instagram, or for a nonprofit foundation to share links for how to submit donations throughout a charity event. Events can be further monetized through in-app advertisements, leading to increased profit. The event mobile app can also share web content, meaning planners can link web pages or videos to the app. The platform also features an integrated image gallery to post pictures from the event in real time as they’re taken or submitted.

MeetApp is an all-encompassing option for dynamic and meticulous event planning and audience engagement from beginning to end. Registration and ticketing features allow for paperless event invites and admission. Throughout the event, participants can take notes through the app in real time, access the details for multiple events through the app, and grow their contacts during networking. Once the event is finished, notes can be easily accessed and reviewed, and surveys and evaluations can be easily distributed.

To create a well-planned and successful event, consider the mobile conference app, MeetApp. Explore https://meetappevent.com/ to see a full range of features and to contact the company with any questions.

Contact Info:
Name: Salvatore Camarda
Email: Send Email
Organization: MeetApp
Address: 1147 W Ohio St #204, Chicago, IL 60642, United States
Phone: +1-224-585-9844

For more information, please visit https://meetappevent.com

Source: NewsNetwork

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