Conference Mobile App

Download the SciX 2017 mobile app

How to download:

Click the image on the right or

iOS App Store

  1. On your device, open the App Store app
  2. Search for FACSS SciX 2017
  3. Install and run

Android Google Play or Amazon App Store

  1. On your device, open the Android Market app
  2. Search for FACSS SciX 2017
  3. Install and run

All other devices

Enter in your device’s browser address bar (not the Google search bar). The web app is designed for mobile viewing and requires continued Internet access to run.

Access the web version of the app

Use the SciX 2017 conference app to:

  • Build your personal daily schedule
    Plan your day by selecting sessions from the visual schedule, categories, or via search and hit the schedule icon in the session detail view. Add custom personal events for meetings with exhibitors.
  • Receive reminders and updates
    Keep an eye on your dynamic home screen to see important messages, upcoming events, or sessions about to start.
  • Engage and network
    Contact speakers or attendees, find exhibitors, share via Twitter, or exchange a digital business card.
  • Find what you are looking for
    Use the search, filters, and maps to find sessions and exhibitors.
  • Personalize the event program
    Manage content in the app via keyword filters or bookmark any item with a star to, for  example, see a list of all the exhibitors you want to visit or liked.

Help! I can’t download the app

  • Is your device connected to the Internet?
  • You must have a working Internet connection to download and install the app.
  • What’s the app store login? Check with the person that set up the phone for you what the username and password are to access the app store. If you cannot retrieve your password, please use the web version of the app (using your browser on the device.)
  • I don’t have an iPhone, iPad, or Android device? Use the web app by entering in your browser address bar.
  • I have entered the web app URL but it’s not opening a web app page?Ensure to type the URL in the browser address bar, not the Google search field.