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HTML5 Mobile App Instructions

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HTML5 Mobile App Instructions

Viewing & Saving Your HTML5 Apps

Visiting Your HTML5 App

There are a few ways you can access your HTML5 app after publishing:

  1. You can scan your HTML5 QR code using a QR scanner app to be taken to the HTML5 app.

  2. You can type the full HTML5 URL into your phone's browser. You should be taken right to the HTML5 app instead of the full site.


Our modern HTML5 app supports the majority of our features and layout options, though some tabs and native options (like call, camera, voice recording, etc.) are unavailable.


Saving an HTML5 App to Your Device:

Though you can't download an HTML5 app like you can a native app, you can easily save a shortcut to your device's home screen. It will look just like any native app on your home screen, though it's technically just a bookmarked website.

On iOS Devices:


On Android devices (process may differ):


In Conclusion:

The HTML5 app will now be visibly saved on your phone's Home Screen for future access.