WebFrame allows you to turn an iOS device into a single-purpose kiosk displaying full-screen web apps, web pages, multimedia, documents, and more. WebFrame features the following capabilities:
Full Screen Browser: WebFrame provides a full-screen browser with no address or navigation bars. This allows you to create a true kiosk experience and keeps users in the web site, web app, document, or multimedia you intended.
Approved Domain List: Limit browsing to approved domains to prevent users from leaving the site or web app you have configured.
Inactivity Timeout: Monitor user activity and reload homepage if no user activity has taken place for 1, 3, 5, or 15 minutes. Optionally, you can choose to clear the browser cache on timeout to ensure previous user session data is deleted.
Smart Navigation Buttons: WebFrame now supports navigation buttons that will automatically show and hide depending on the ability to navigate backward and forward, and home. They can also be configured to dynamically slide offscreen as the page scrolls to minimize their visual impact. Finally, they can be repositioned vertically on the screen to prevent obscuring underlying page content.
User Interaction Controls: Control how users interact with your kiosk and allow or disallow swipe navigation, pull-to-refresh, vertical scroll and horizontal pan gestures, pinch and double-tap zoom gestures, or disable user interaction entirely.
Printer Support: Allow users to print from your kiosk using HTML window.print() capabilities or disable to prevent printing.
Local Configuration: All configuration of WebFrame is handled locally through the iOS Settings app. When in paired with Guided Access Mode (unmanaged devices) or Single Access Mode (managed devices), users are prevented from tampering with the administrator-configured settings.