Lotusphere 2011 Scheduler App for Android

You probably already know about the Genii Software 11th annual Lotusphere Sessions DB, and the extensions of that done by The Turtle Partnership for iPhone, iPad, and Blackberry.  Last year there had been an individual effort at an Android app, which that individual chose not to repeat this year.  So yesterday I was happy to find out that there is an Android app again this year for Lotusphere.

It was also interesting how I found out about it, about a week ago after Rob Novak reminded me about my formspring account I decided to add a link in the header titled “ask a question“, well someone clicked the link and asked about a Lotusphere Android App, though as it turned out they answered a question for me instead.  Thak you anonymous tipster :-).

Turns out the info was also tweeted by the Lotus Collaboration Solutions Development Lab account as well

Lotus 2011 Scheduler for Android or scan the QR Code

4 Responses to Lotusphere 2011 Scheduler App for Android
  1. Dennis
    January 12, 2011 | 9:35 am

    Thanks Mitch! I’ve been looking for one as well.

  2. Nelson Morris
    January 12, 2011 | 10:41 am

    I think the original individual was more a victim of the red(mond) tide more than anything else. =P

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  4. Matthias Wille
    January 27, 2011 | 2:11 pm

    Flexdomino.net also provides a Session Journal app for Android, taking a different approach though:

    The application is based on the Adobe Air 2.5 Framework for mobile devices, which is at present time only available as preview (hence pre beta).

    It uses the soapgate Q! web service API for Domino to interact with the by http://www.geniisoft.com annual distributed Lotusphere Journal database. The LS Journal database is hosted on FlexDomino.net.