Technology has been at our fingertips for sometime with mobile app capabilities stretching further all the time.
The great thing about this fruitful and multiplying market is that some of the best apps are FREE - a great factor, especially when you aren’t sure if you want to commit to any one style just yet.
Here are five free event planner apps for you to take for a spin if you are in the market to upgrade your fingertip technology.
Used for guest registration, check-in, and management at events from 2 to 20,000 this app is easy to use and provides great downloadable content after your event. Sign up for an account online and simply upload an Excel guest list. No need for clip boards and paper lists, this app will allow you to add guests as needed and will even send text alerts when special guests arrive. For more bells and whistles you will need to purchase in-app upgrades, but with that vast capabilities it is worth a try.
Social Tables Check-In
For specifically seated events, Social Table is your guide to tranquil guest tracking. You can quickly check in guests while also keeping track of their table, which organization they are with, and their chosen meal. The app is easy to use, allowing you to add and edit guest lists and even includes space for personal notes.
yada takes on every aspect of event planning and streamlines it into your own personalized interface. From creation to curtain call, yada has your event covered while providing fun and collaborative interactions with guests. Create your event page using photos, videos, and comments and set it loose to add a spark to your next event.
Create your next event squad by utilizing real-time messaging and share photos. Your customized event page is easily integrated to use on all social media channels and the ‘Social Gallery’ allows your guests to look at videos and photos before, during, and after their events. This app is great for fundraisers, networking events, conferences and more.
Whova takes networking to the next level by helping you gain insights on people you meet at events and conferences. Think of it like a business card organizer without fumbling though seas of cards. Users have the ability to gather professional background and work experiences, as well as interests and hobbies of the people they meet with connectivity to LinkedIn and other platforms to help you stay connected long after the event.