Husker Harvest Days App Introduced

Husker Harvest Days App Introduced

Mobile digital technology brings a handy Husker Harvest Days app designed to help visitors and exhibitors plan and keep on top of show features before and during the event.

Husker Harvest Days always places new technology center stage and the new Husker Harvest Days app offers a wealth of show information by using the latest technology for smartphones and additional app-compatible hardware. The app is free to download from the Apple and Android app markets.

Quick information access

From locating exhibitors to show traffic updates, the Husker Harvest Days app takes users on a tour of the show and presents easy access to the latest show information.

Keep up on the latest show news with the new Husker Harvest Days App for Android and iPhone.

“Thousands of producers and exhibitors downloaded the Farm Progress Show app, and the Husker Harvest Days app is sure to have the same enthusiastic acceptance,” said Don Tourte, Farm Progress vice president of sales and events. “This new information resource gives us one more tool to once again raise the bar for our visitors’ and exhibitors’ experiences at the show.”

Intuitive navigation, wealth of information

Show information is presented in easy-to-navigate tabs, and users can easily move about the app, collecting exhibitor information, planning treks, reading the latest show news…and more.

The app’s easy-to-use format quickly provides:

* Show exhibitor search and locator

* Exhibitor search by product categories

* Top show news and viewpoints

* Traffic routes and parking information

* Hotel and camping information

* Weather service

* Show events and seminar listings

* And more key features

The app is free to users from Husker Harvest Days, the world’s largest totally irrigated working farm show. While the app is free, your usual phone usage charges apply.

Download the app

Locate specific exhibitors using the mobile mapping tool in the Husker Harvest Days App.

Android and Apple versions are available now in the Android Market and the Apple App Store respectively. Locate the app in either marketplace by searching for "Husker Harvest Days."

Download Android version here, deploy from your Android device

Download iPhone version here, deploy from your iPhone

Download Android version here, deploy from your Android device

Farm Progress developed the app in conjunction with iNet Solutions Group Inc., its Omaha, Neb.-based digital development partner.

Information-driven digital leader

While the Husker Harvest Days app is Farm Progress’ latest digital introduction, the company continues to lead the ag media industry with its exclusive array of apps. The innovative feature-filled Farm Progress Growing Degree Days mobile app was introduced in 2010 with great success, followed by apps for Farm Futures magazine and the Beef Producer section; the Farm Progress app that encapsulates local news and information for each of its 18 Farm Progress state and regional publications; and the Farm Progress Show app. The company develops custom apps for clients, as well.

“Farm Progress incorporates the latest technologies to help producers be more efficient, productive and profitable,” said Jeff Lapin, Farm Progress president.  “We consistently present ag marketers with quality integrated marketing tools to reach their audiences to build product awareness, image and brand expansion in the market.”

Each new product introduction and upgrade has experienced enthusiastic acceptance and success. The company’s aggressive digital initiatives include its 18 state and regional magazine websites (accessible via FarmProgress.com), FarmFutures.com, BeefProducer.com, FarmProgressShow.com, HuskerHarvestDays.com and additional show websites, and its broadcast companion website, FarmProgressAmerica.com. Its mobile Web access for its publications and largest shows were the first in the industry.  Farm Progress’ portfolio of digital services underscores the company’s industry leadership position.

It's all part of Farm Progress' position as the industry's Agricultural Information Leader.

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