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Pretty rad. 
stevelopez on Jul 21, 2009 for Official Comic-Con App
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Cool should help a lot
Only down side is. You can add favs but no favorites window to filter only the things you favored. Also new pages start where you were scrolled ie I finish thur at 630 go to friday. Rather than starting over at 10am it's at 6 still.
ichorid on Jul 21, 2009 for Official Comic-Con App
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Love this app! Wish it could filter only the programs that I have added to my Favorites...
I like the Programs layout of showing all sessions happening during a given timeslot so that I can better plan my day on what sessions to attend and which ones will overlap. I also like the ability to add certain programs to my Favorites, but I didn't see a way of showing JUST my Favorites. Also having the maps online is a godsend, which allows me to zoom in on a map using the "pinch" functionality without having to have hardcopies on hand or referring to the thick SDCC guide book all the time. Also having the ability to search all of the exhibitors and find out their booth location is especially useful when I want to find that specific artist or comic-con exclusive. Very good app for those of us who want to make our time at SDCC as efficient and enjoyable as possible!
Channelsurfer531 on Jul 20, 2009 for Official Comic-Con App
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Other event apps, for example, let you browse schedules by person, time, location, or a user-set list of favorites. This app only allows date/time and search only checks session titles but not descriptions. Worse? You can save a favorites list *but then are given no way to call it up*! Other apps provide event news/updates via RSS or Twitter feed built-in. This calls up web pages cluttered by extraneous data. Very disappointing and almost worse than not getting an app. Back to my own iCal calendars instead.
The One True b!X on Jul 20, 2009 for Official Comic-Con App
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