Download the App!

Type this link in your phone browser, which will direct you to the correct download for your mobile device (iPhone/iPad, Android, or Blackberry): http://crwd.cc/apti2012

The Association for Preservation Technology International's first-ever digital guide will help you organize and get the most out of your annual Conference experience, thanks to a 1% for the Planet gift from Vertical Access partners Kent Diebolt, Evan Kopelson, and Kelly Streeter.

This mobile app will help you plan which sessions to attend, navigate Charleston and stay in the know regarding activity updates as you explore "Cornerstones: Collaborative Approaches to Preservation." (By accepting push messages when you download, you will also receive up-to-the-minute texts from Conference organizers when in Charleston.)

Getting the app is easy, even if you’ve never downloaded one before:

                          1. Type this link in your phone browser, which will direct you to the correct download for your mobile device (iPhone/iPad, Android, or Blackberry): http://crwd.cc/apti2012
                          2. Download and Accept APT Charleston 2012
                          3. Go to your Applications folder on your phone, and drag and drop the APT 2012 icon to your desired phone screen
                          4. Click on the icon to start organizing your Conference!

 For Speakers and Exhibitors

Speakers and Exhibitors are able to login and edit their own app information including the addition of logos, social media accounts, pertinent links, photos and attachments or documents. Conference staff will email speakers and exhibitors by September 15. If you haven't received yours, please contact marketing@apti.org.

Having problems? 

Please visit http://support.crowdcompass.com, where you will find many frequently asked questions and answers. For additional questions or support requests, email support@crowdcompass.com.

APT-PTN 2012 is sponsored by: