I have created a customized my Sharepoint list form with PowerApps, and this is working great in the browser. I have the fields layed out in meaningful tabs, and I use rules to create meaningful behavior in accordance with the desired business logic. All this is working great in the browser, but when I use the Sharepoint App for iOS or Android, the PowerApp form is NOT used. Instead the user sees the standard form with all the fields in one long row, and with no business rules applied. The Sharepoint App should use the same form as when using the browser. Mobile first anyone? ;-)
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This may be considered in the future, but is not on the current roadmap by design. However, there are a few people I know who are running Mac OS with Parellels, and are able to use the Desktop app in that way.
After updating to PowerApps 2.0.661 on the App Store, it seems that whenever I click on a link to an app now from web.powerapps, the client application no longer opens up, instead the app opens inside a new tab of whatever browser I'm using. I raised this with Microsoft support and was advised to submit a new idea here to have it returned to the old behaviour. In addition to actually making sense to open a PowerApp in the actual application, having end users access via URLs served as a workaround to trigger a download of the latest updates to a given app as we have found the lag time between publishing and users receiving these updates to be a quite varied.
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