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An iPhone app displays information about the second inauguration of US President Barack Obama in Washington, DC, on January 14, 2013. Organizers unveiled the first-ever smartphone app for a US presidential inauguration on Monday, allowing users to track Barack Obama's swearing in, sign up for events and check maps for the closest toilets. The Presidential Inaugural Committee's debut application for iPhone and Android users provides a front-row seat for people not in Washington on January 21, while offering tips to attendees on how to navigate the vast security apparatus set up for the big day. It will also provide live-stream video of Obama's swearing in for a second term, locations of viewer access points, schedules for events nationwide, and historical facts and figures about the 56 previous presidential inaugurations. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
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An iPhone app displays information about the second inauguration of US President Barack Obama in Washington, DC, on January 14, 2013. Organizers unveiled the first-ever smartphone app for a US presidential inauguration on Monday, allowing users to track Barack Obama's swearing in, sign up for events and check maps for the closest toilets. The Presidential Inaugural Committee's debut application for iPhone and Android users provides a front-row seat for people not in Washington on January 21, while offering tips to attendees on how to navigate the vast security apparatus set up for the big day. It will also provide live-stream video of Obama's swearing in for a second term, locations of viewer access points, schedules for events nationwide, and historical facts and figures about the 56 previous presidential inaugurations. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
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An iPhone app displays information about the second inauguration of... News Photo 159526462Apple Computers,Barack Obama,Display,Government,Inauguration Into Office,Information,Internet,Mobile App,Politics,Portable Information Device,Presidential Inauguration,Second,Smart Phone,Technology,US President,USA,Vertical,Washington DC,iPhonePhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPAn iPhone app displays information about the second inauguration of US President Barack Obama in Washington, DC, on January 14, 2013. Organizers unveiled the first-ever smartphone app for a US presidential inauguration on Monday, allowing users to track Barack Obama's swearing in, sign up for events and check maps for the closest toilets. The Presidential Inaugural Committee's debut application for iPhone and Android users provides a front-row seat for people not in Washington on January 21, while offering tips to attendees on how to navigate the vast security apparatus set up for the big day. It will also provide live-stream video of Obama's swearing in for a second term, locations of viewer access points, schedules for events nationwide, and historical facts and figures about the 56 previous presidential inaugurations. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)