The Bonnaroo app powered by AT&T is a great way to be a part of the action whether you are attending the music and art festival or you are just a fan. With a schedule of events, maps of the area, the ability to watch or listen to some of your favorite bands while sharing the fun with your friends, the app puts you right in the middle of the music.
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Starting June 13 and running until June 16, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will take place in Manchester, TN. As the exclusive communication partner for the event, AT&T has dedicated enhanced network resources and sponsored the official Bonnaroo Festival mobile application.
With the addition of Cell sites on Wheels, or MegaCOWs, as well as CARTS, and multi-beam antennas, AT&T is set to provide a steady experience for those who will be attending the event. Mobile cell sites, covering several musical stages, will provide additional wireless coverage and capacity ensuring that music fans are able to share their experiences others not at the event.Read more
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Apple shared through its homepage and on a separate App Store countdown page today, May 15, that is has reached 50 billion app downloads. Details of the person who downloaded the milestone app have not been shared yet. However, Apple indicates the prize winner will be announced soon.
The winner will receive a $10,000 App Store gift card to spend on many more apps. Given the affordability of most apps, the $10,000 will go a long way to reaching the next app download milestone.Read more
With so many apps out for you to tell everyone where you might be, I often wonder if you can find an app that tells you where you will be in the future. You have Facebook with Places, Foursquare, Gowalla, and a handful of others. Which one you choose usually depends on where your friends are. However, unless your friends are active on any of those sites and posting their location, it probably will not matter which one you choose at first.
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