50 Apps in 30 Minutes (+ 30 Minutes of Other Cool Stuff)

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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Supercharge your smartphone for reporting! The Wall Street Journal’s Executive Mobile Editor David Ho will help you turn your phone into a Swiss Army Knife of journalism goodness with this always-updating and fun session on apps and tools for gathering and producing news. Want to use your phone to record interviews? Take better notes? Transcribe audio? Edit video? Track tweets? Talk on camera? ID airplanes? Translate Swahili? There’s an app for that. Plus, learn about more tips, tricks and mobile gear.

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David Ho
Executive Mobile Editor, The Wall Street Journal
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