20 Must-Have Apps for A/V/L Installs
Pro-recommended and user-approved Android and Apple apps to aid in a variety of audio, video and lighting tasks.


December 14, 2012 By Curtis Emery

Competitive A/V professionals need complete control over their projects without wasting time. Unfortunately, that means a lot of equipment and project-specific knowledge that changes with every new work space.

Thankfully, as a lot of A/V tasks are converging with the more widespread use of smart devices, many considerate software developers are creating applications for just about every A/V process to help out the efficient A/V professional.

And as 2012 comes to an end, we decided to compile 20 of the most efficient A/V apps to use going forward, if you’re not already using them. These apps are professionally recommended and user approved to aid in a variety of different environments.

Click here for 20 Best Apps for A/V/L Installs.

If we missed your go-to app, please share it with us in the comments.

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