ArmorActive's new closed Internet browser app, ActiveKiosk, for the iPad and other iOS devices is now available for free on iTunes. By either limiting or enabling certain browsing features, ActiveKiosk is designed to control the user experience on any website or other Web-based content being displayed on the device. After deploying the application with customers such as Nike, CareerBuilder and FurnitureLand, ArmorActive has proven the app will reduce costs, while meeting the customer engagement goals of their clients seeking to use tablets in commercial and public settings, according to a company press release.
Features for ActiveKiosk include the ability to show or hide the address bar, as well as the browser's own navigation. It also has the ability to limit (or lock in) users to only admin-approved sites (white-listed sites) such as a single-purpose kiosk Web page. Touch functionality can be enabled or disabled for businesses that would like to run their kiosks in digital signage or video mode, and automatic content caching comes standard with the application.
ActiveKiosk with ActiveManage is powered by MokiMobility, providing the remote app management and device management platform. MokiMobility provides the APIs and the Web-based device management console to enable remote management of iOS and Android devices.
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