The Top 5 Apps for OTC 2016

OTC 2016 mobile apps provide a range of useful features, like maps, directories, and the chance to connect with other attendees.
OTC 2016 mobile apps provide a range of useful features, like maps, directories, and the chance to connect with other attendees.

OTC 2016 is nearly here, and to help attendees better manage their time and resources, we’ve done a quick round-up of this year’s must-have apps. Bonus: all of them are free.

Of course, the first app you need to download is the official OTC 2016 app. Connect with other attendees, find events, navigate exhibits, share your schedule, and much more.

OTC 2016 is being held at NRG Park, a huuuuge complex of buildings and parking lots. Save yourself some aggravation by downloading the official NRG app for driving directions, park maps, and real-time info on parking lot status.

Many of the OTC events being hosted in town are using the Eventbrite app for registration. Be sure to download it as it’s a great way to find events you might not have known about, and it supports paperless tickets that work with  Android and the  iOS Wallet app. (If you’re an event organizer that used Eventbrite to manage your event, download their organizer app to check in attendees.)

Finally, if you’ll be in the German pavilion, they have their own app, which can be found here.

Welcome to OTC, and if you see a TGBN member roaming the exhibits or attending the events, be sure to say hi!