Apple has today released a new WWDC 2013 app for iOS, which will allow users to make the most of this year's event, either as an attendee or as a developer who is unable to make it (or missed out on the tickets that sold out within minutes).

Apple will be sharing session videos each day, which will be accessible for Registered Apple Developers.

In addition, the app also includes maps of the event and a schedule, which can be personalised by each developer.

Apple will also be posting news and photos to the app, and will send notifications to users when something exciting is happening.

Developers will be able to share their thoughts and feedback about the various sessions and speakers throughout the event.

Attendees can store their information in Passbook for speedier on-site registration too.

The app is free, and is available to download onto iOS devices from the App Store now.

WWDC will kick off with an offical Apple keynote on 10 June, which is expected to see the unveiling of iOS 7, OS X 10.9 and new Macs.

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