iViewr announces iPhone and iPod touch-based guide for Apple’s WWDC ’08

iPhone and iPod touch-wielding visitors to next week’s Apple Worldwide
Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco can enhance their visit to
the show with a handy guide made available by iViewr.com.

A website for iPeople who are going places, www.iViewr.com
(http://www.iviewr.com/) has introduced its latest event guide aimed at the
legion of developers making the pilgrimage to the conference.

Completely free to access, this handy ‘Pod SnapShot’ has the look and feel
of a native iPhone application and provides details of all aspects of the
show – from Conference Schedules, Lab and Session details, Travel
directions, Disabled access, Moscone Center facilities, after hours events
and more.

“Like the previous event guides we’ve made available, iViewr provides
visitors to the Conference with all of the important information especially
formatted for display on their iPhones or iPods” said Rod Cambridge,
founder of iViewr. “If you have one of these devices, there’s simply no
more need to be carrying around a jumble of papers, map and leaflets when a
guide like ours is available.”

To access the guide, simply browse to www.iviewr.com
(http://www.iviewr.com/) on an iPhone or iPod touch and click Our Choice.

About iViewr

Launched in August 2007, iViewr.com provides a unique service to users of
Apple’s mobile devices. Users can view handy snapshots of popular
destinations and events around the globe all formatted especially for the
handheld device. The up-to-date information contains handy features such as
ticket prices, disabled access, attraction descriptions and event