TOP
STORIES
 1 of 5
5,000 Cute Animals and Some Tech Stuff Too
Toronto Zoo boosts digital signage and advertising real estate, supports energy conservation with weatherproof displays from SunBriteTV.
 2 of 5
The Scoop on 6 Popular Collaboration Platforms
You need to know the ins and outs of these unified communication, collaboration and huddle room solutions in order to make the best recommendation to your clients.
 3 of 5
Flashback Friday: 11 High-Tech March Madness Arenas of 2014
These NCAA championship arenas are fully equipped with stunning video displays and on-site support from Daktronics.
 4 of 5
11 Award-Winning Digital Signage Projects at DSE
Best and brightest digital signage installations and content creation honored at Digital Signage Expo 2015. Obscura Digital wins Apex Award of the Year.
 5 of 5
5 Ways to Go Green on St. Patrick’s Day
After you're finished celebrating your Irish heritage, even for a day, see how these solutions can help you be—and save—green.
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.

Article


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.

View the 20 photos attached to this entry
             
View photos
About the author
Curtis Emery writes for CI's sister publication TechDecisions.
View all posts by Curtis Emery
Article Topics
Social Bookmark or Share This
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Digg
  • Del.icio.us
  • Yahoo! Bookmarks
  • Google Bookmarks
  • StumbleUpon
  • Technorati
  • Reddit
  • Windows Live
  • LinkedIn
  • Evernote
  • E-mail


  • Latest
  • Blogs
  • Photos
  • Resources



Recent comments

Thanks for your comment, Kaleo. InfoComm itself is not criticizing its members for not making the $2,000 commitment.…

Posted by D. Craig MacCormack on 2015 03 23 · commented on
'Kudos to InfoComm, Shame on Its Members'.

I agree with Max.  I would rather hire someone who wants to be in our awesome industry.  I don’t…

Posted by Kaleo Lee on 2015 03 23 · commented on
'Kudos to InfoComm, Shame on Its Members'.

Thanks for your comment, Max. The headline is supposed to convey that I think it’s a good thing InfoComm…

Posted by D. Craig MacCormack on 2015 03 20 · commented on
'Kudos to InfoComm, Shame on Its Members'.

The title of this article is misleading.  Infocomm IS its members.  You can’t say shame on…

Posted by Max Kopsho on 2015 03 20 · commented on
'Kudos to InfoComm, Shame on Its Members'.