Create a compressed archive of all the important website contents, then deploy it wirelessly to all devices in your organization. Employees can start using the content as soon as download finishes. There are no instructions to write, and no learning curve required.
Instead of relying on employees checking for updates, push incremental updates from the admin console at the precise moments. It is the only way you can be sure that all mobile employees have the most up-to-date information.
Use your own home screen icon, graphics, and branding. Our apps are incredibly customizable. They can not only adapt to almost any website, but also integrate with your IT and provide offline analytics your business requires.
Our app can authenticate employees using your website prior to the initial device setup, or even a quick update. So only the authorized employees can access your sensitive information while offline.
Password-protected fullscreen mode is perfect for a kiosk, a hands-on client demo, or handout device at a trade fair. In the fullscreen mode, all editing functionality is safely locked away behind a passcode.
To save time and bandwidth, bundle the data that rarely changes, like PDF documents or video, within the app download package. Or connect device to a PC and load the data manually using iTunes file sharing.
Depending on complexity of your website and the features you're looking for, making an offline app can take from several minutes to several weeks. However, most small business websites that don’t require advanced settings can usually be made into apps within 48 hours.
Yes. Offline Pages Business App Platform supports many kinds of interactive media, including slideshows, photo and video galleries, embedded video, virtual interactive tours, 3D panoramas, and more.
Yes. Offline Pages platform apps can be set up to collect information from users or delay form submission until the device connects to a network. Offline Forms is an example of such app. Offline form submission works transparently to a user and a website.