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Anonymous
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PowerApps in browser on Mobile - App Download Nag Screen

Hello,

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I'm currently in the process of getting an app together for a business case, we're using InTune and Galaxy A32 devices - I have pushed the PowerApp using a Web Link to the devices instead of having to use the PowerApps application.

 

Is there a way to stop the nag screen to download the app on launch of a PowerApp in browser, as weirdly, my PowerApp performs better in the browser than it does via the PowerApps Android application and to avoid confusion for staff.

 

Wondered if there was something similar to the HideNavBar in the URL for this!

 

Thanks

JT

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Anonymous
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It is a little weird that it performs better in Browser, but i'm not gonna complain since i'm pushing the app via InTune as a full screen Web App.


I've actually managed to sort this by adding "&skipMobileRedirect=1" on the end of the Web App URL which does stop the screen asking to launch the PowerApps app!


The more you know!

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @Anonymous ,

That is the first time I have had anyone comment the browser experience on a mobile device is better than the app - generally the opposite is the case. In answer to your question, no - this seems to be a built-in function (it is in all sorts of things including Teams and SharePoint) when you try to open them in a browser and the app is not installed).

 

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Anonymous
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It is a little weird that it performs better in Browser, but i'm not gonna complain since i'm pushing the app via InTune as a full screen Web App.


I've actually managed to sort this by adding "&skipMobileRedirect=1" on the end of the Web App URL which does stop the screen asking to launch the PowerApps app!


The more you know!

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