Apple Business Manager (ABM)
Apple Device Enrollment Program (DEP) using Codeproof
Apple Business Manager - Apps Deployment
Apple Business Manager - Device Enrollment
Migrating Apple devices into ABM(DEP) using Apple Configurator 2
Enabling Supervised Mode for iPhone and iPad
Mobile Alert Management
Cloud Console TWO Factor (2FA) Authentication
Device Lookup by Phone Number, IMEI, ICCID or Employee Name
Mobile Device Management Software System Auditing
How to manage mobile devices and apps using Codeproof?
iOS7 system properties are available
How to ping a device using Codeproof?
Secure Browser and Web Content Filtering
Securing Safari Browser and Web filtering in iPhone-iPad
Securing Chrome Browser and Web Filtering in Android
iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Parental Controls in Codeproof
Configure Office365 email accounts in mobile devices
Configuring Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Email on Samsung Devices
Configuring Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Email on LG devices
How to configure Office365 email or Exchange EAS on Apple devices
Mobile Device Management
What are Web Apps?
Google Workspace and Codeproof
Paid Apps and Managed Play Store
Managed Google Playstore
Restricting access to Account Management
Battery Level low notifications
Android Enterprise Custom Messages
Factory Reset Protection (FRP)
Android Enterprise Policies
Selectively deploying apps from the managed playstore
Android Enterprise (AE) Setup
Network Monitoring in Android
Enabling pre-loaded system apps in Android Enterprise
What is Android Enterprise?
Apple Device Management
What is a supervised device?
iOS App Bundle Id
Apple Watch MDM Policies
iOS 9 MDM Restriction Policies
Blocking AppStore in Apple Devices
iPhone and iPad Restriction Policies
iOS 8 Mobile Device Management (MDM) Policies
What's new in iOS 6 MDM?
iOS7 background apps from being killed by App Switcher
Configuring iOS 7 App Policies
Deploying iOS Configuration Profiles using Profile Manager
Create Web clips or Web shortcuts in Apple Devices
Suspending and Hiding Apps in Android
Blocking the default applications in Apple Devices
How to block all the downloaded apps in iOS?
Deploying Web Apps in Android Enterprise
Amazon Flex App Deployment
How to update Google Play Store app
iOS App Deployment
iOS Enterprise App Deployment
How to Deploy Mobile Apps through Codeproof Platform
Android App deployment
How to find iTunes store id or App id?
Data Leakage Prevention(DLP)
Remotely locking Android devices
How to remotely wipe all the data from Android Phone
Phone Remote Lock and Remote Data Wipe By SMS
How to remotely lock the device with a recovery key?
Apple Devices Enrollment Techniques
Android Enterprise - Keep All System Apps
Profile based MDM enrollment for Apple Devices - BYOD Scenario
QR Code based Enrollment
Android Zero-touch Enrollment
Device Enrollment Wizard
Bulk Device Enrollment
GPS Location Tracking
Prevent end users from disabling GPS Locations
Tracking the physical location of iPhone and iPad devices using MDM
How to enable location permissions?
How to prevent the location service from being turned off?
GPS location tracking using Codeproof
How to prevent someone from disabling find my iphone?
How to improve mobile phone location accuracy
Enabling Single App mode in iPhone, iPad and iPod
Android Kiosk with Multiple and Single App Mode
How to turn-off kiosk mode?
Mobile Kiosk Branding
Mobile Apps whitelisting
How to prevent the Mobile Device Management protection from being turned off?
How to protect MDM profile in the device?
Force Syncing contacts in the Contact Manager
Disable Contacts Sync in the Outlook Exchange Email
Android Enterprise Permission Management
How to enable Android app permissions?
Block apps based on android permissions
Mobile apps access permissions monitoring using Codeproof
Disable MDM using a code
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Remove Device Admin MDM
Removing Android Enterprise MDM
How to remove MDM from iPhone, iPad and iPod?
Screenlock and Passcode
How to remotely enforce password in Android Phones and Tablets?
iOS Passcode Management
Device screenlock status and enabling passcode policy
Remotely locking iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch devices
How to unlock iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices?
How to enable passcode lock in iPhone and iPad
How to turn off Passcode Lock on iPhone and iPad
Changing Android device display language
Mobile Expense Control
Data Usage Monitoring
How to limit mobile data usage?
Call Tracking and Mobile Expense Control
How to optimize Battery usage and Data usage in Android?
Products and Services
Updated by Satish Shetty
A web app converts a web page into an Android app, making it easier to find, install, and manage on mobile devices. A web app looks similar to a native app in the device home screen. When an end user launches the web app, the Chrome Browser renders the web page or web application in full screen or a smaller screen mode. Web apps are similar to web shortcuts (used in the earlier Android versions) but with more manageable application identity, including a unique package name. An IT administrator can distribute web apps through the managed Play Store and Codeproof MDM, just like native apps.
NOTE: The Google Chrome browser app is required to render web apps.
To create a web app, you must specify:
- Title: Shown on the device, on the managed Play Store, and in the device home screen.
- Start URL: The URL of the web application or website that the web app opens.
- Display mode: A setting that determines how the web app is displayed on the device.
- Icon: An (optional) icon assigned to the web app to help users identify it. Having a unique icon is strongly recommended.
The web app title must be fewer than 50 characters in length. A web app's title may be shortened in the managed Play store and the device launcher, depending on the form factor of the device. Therefore, a short title that is readable on all devices is recommended.
The start URL of a web app links to the page the web app opens. This is a URL of your web application or web site. From here, the user can then navigate to other URLs.
The start URL must begin with either
HTTP. In full screen or standalone mode however, the URL must begin with
Display mode sets the Chrome browser UI elements visible to a user when a web app is opened. There are three display modes:
- Minimal UI: The URL bar is shown at the top with the system status bar and the navigation buttons are shown at the bottom. This is the only display mode for
- Standalone: Only the system status bar and navigation elements are visible. The URL bar is hidden.
- Full screen: The URL bar, the system status bar, and navigation buttons are all hidden. In full screen, all navigation elements must be provided by the website interface itself
Though it is optional, a unique icon helps users identify a web app in the device home screen. An icon image should be 512 px square in .png or .jpeg format, or it may be automatically rescaled to fit these proportions. An icon image can be uploaded while creating the app.
If you don't specify an icon for a web app, Android enterprise displays the same default icon. To help users distinguish between various web apps, we strongly recommend creating easily recognizable and meaningful icons for your web apps.