Android

Start by opening your Thunkable mobile web app in your web browser. This example uses the Chrome browser. 

Click on the menu and then choose the "Add to Home screen" option. 

Next you must choose whether to place the app manually or automatically. 

If you exit out of your browser you will see that a new icon has been added to your home screen. You app has the same name and same icon as your Thunkable project.

When you open your app, you will see that the address bar, which is usually at the top of the screen, is now gone. This give your app a more native feel, but it is still a web app, so it has all the benefits that go along with this.

If you open up your running apps you will notice that your app is running in it's own process.
You can add as many web apps to your device as you like. If you ever want to remove an app, simply press-and-hold on the app icon and choose the "Remove" option from the menu that appears.

iOS

Start by opening your Thunkable mobile web app in your web browser. This example uses the Safari browser.

Click on the share button and choose the "Add to Home screen" option.

Next you must choose whether to place the app manually or automatically.

If you exit out of your browser you will see that a new icon has been added to your home screen. You app has the same name and same icon as your Thunkable project.

When you open your app, you will see that the address bar, which is usually at the top of the screen, is now gone. This give your app a more native feel, but it is still a web app, so it has all the benefits that go along with this.

If you open up your running apps you will notice that your app is running in it's own process.

You can add as many web apps to your device as you like. If you ever want to remove an app, simply press-and-hold on the app icon and click on the "x" button that appears in the top left corner of your app icon.

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