An Android app to enjoy event schedules powered by Frab, Pretalx or Wafer.

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Unique layout

The grid layout allows to intuitively see which sessions take place in parallel or overlap.

Offline first

Your personal event schedule always works on your device, independent of your connectivity status.

Open source

The source code of this project is available and will always be accessible for you in the future.

Feature highlights

As an end-user of the app you have full functionality at your fingertips. Here is a small overview of what you can expect. Read more on the features page.

  • View program by day and rooms (side by side)
  • Custom grid layout for smartphones (try landscape mode 🙃) and tablets
  • Read detailed descriptions of events (speaker names, start time, room name, links, ...)
  • Add events to favorites list
  • Manage your favorites
  • Setup alarms for individual events
  • Add events to your personal calendar
  • Share a website link to an event with others
  • Make use of automatic program updates (configurable in settings)
  • Keep track of program changes
  • Vote and leave comments on talks and workshops


The app is built to be extendable and to be integrated with other software systems. The following projects are already supported and can be enabled as needed.

Supported languages

The user interface of EventFahrplan can be translated into any language. Session descriptions must be edited by the event host. Currently, the following languages are ready to use:

  • Dutch
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Swedish

Steady events & happy users

The EvenFahrplan has proven since 2011 to be very useful at small and large events such as the Chaos Communication Congress with 17,000 visitors (numbers from 2019). Here is a selection of events which used the EventFahrplan app.

  • Chaos Communication Congress
  • Chaos Communication Camp
  • FOSSGIS conference
  • Datenspuren
  • taz lab
  • DiVOC
  • rC3
  • Droidcon Berlin
  • Privacy Week Wien
  • Cryptorave 2019
  • KotlinConf 2023
  • Bits & Bäume
  • FIfFKon
  • Hackover
  • GPN
  • PGCon 2018
  • FOSS4G 2023
  • DebConf 2021
  • LibreOffice 2021
  • PyConZA 2021
  • rC3 2021
  • Chemnitzer Linux-Tage 2023
  • Grazer Linuxtage 2022
  • HOPE 2022
  • Acrolotl 2022
  • Auerworld 2022
  • Acronia 2022
  • JEV 2022
  • AndroidMakers 2023