Thursday, January 16, 2020

Introducing the RootsTech 2020 Mobile App

The RootsTech Blog has this information about the RootsTech 2020 mobile app:


It’s here—the RootsTech 2020 app is now live! RootsTech 2020 is scheduled for February 26–29, 2020, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 2020 will mark the 10th year of RootsTech in SLC, and we cannot wait to celebrate with you.

RootsTech 2020 will have over 300 amazing classes for all skill levels, inspiring keynotes, and a massive expo hall. What’s the best way to keep it all straight? The RootsTech App, of course! On the app, you can create your own schedule; search for speakers, exhibitors, and attendees; find class syllabi; take notes; view videos and photos; find local restaurants; and see what’s happening on social media. Basically, the app is your one-stop-shop for everything RootsTech.

If you already have the 2019 or London version of the app installed on your device, this is how you can access the 2020 content:

  • Open the RootsTech app.
  • From the home screen, tap on “Settings” and scroll down to “Exit to Conference List.”
  • Select “RootsTech 2020” to access the 2020 content.

The fun can officially begin! If you’ve already downloaded the app, send us any questions you have on Twitter @RootsTechConf.

Click here to download the mobile app for iOS on Apple iTunes.

Click here to download the mobile app for Android on Google Play.


The mobile app is now available to download and use, but the syllabus articles are not yet available.  I will post about accessing the syllabus articles in a later blog post.  In years past, the syllabus articles have been available for anybody to download to their desktop or laptop computer, to their smart phone or to email to themselves.


Disclosure:  I will attend RootsTech 2020 in Salt Lake city on February 26-29, and am a RootsTech Ambassador.  I will receive a full conference pass and have access to the Media Hub.

Copyright (c) 2020, Randall J. Seaver

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Charlotte W. said...

I am using the Roots Tech app on my android Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone and everything so far seems to be working just fine. It is nice to get a read ahead of the conference schedule and build your own agenda. The conference will be great; a wonderful opportunity to give and receive. thank you!!
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