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We're now less than a week away from the opening keynote for Microsoft's Build 2018 developer conference. The full session schedule was published a week ago, and now the company has updated its Build apps on iOS and Android.

You may have noticed that the apps haven't been available in their respective app stores recently. That's because Microsoft pulls them after the conference. If you still had the Build 2017 app installed on your device, the Build 2018 app will arrive as an automatic update. If you don't, then you can download it like you would with any other app.

Unfortunately, the Windows 10 app is still missing from the mix. It's currently listed on the Microsoft Store, but it still features the schedule from last year's developer conference. Being that it's publicly listed though, it will likely be updated soon, and unless the minimum specs change, it should work on Windows phones as well.

If you're headed to Build 2018, then the mobile apps can be an invaluable tool for managing your schedule, and keeping track of where you have to go next. To download the Build 2018 app, you can find it on the App Store here and on the Google Play Store here.







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