Below is a description of the Simplifier Mobile Client for Android. After you have downloaded the Simplifier Mobile Client from the Play Store, start it on your mobile device.
First, you have to authenticate yourself on the login screen with your Simplifier username and password. Enter the instance you want to access. If the device has Touch ID, you can choose to restore your password with it. You can save your login so you don’t have to re-enter it every time.
Once you have been successfully authenticated, you are in the overview of installed applications. In the beginning, this overview is empty. At any time, you can log out by clicking on the logout button in the top left corner. At the top right, on the Simplifier icon, various information will be displayed.
To use apps on your mobile device, switch to the screen Browse Apps. You see an overview of all applications that are on the specified instance. To install apps, simply click on the entries. When the apps are downloaded, Installed will display a notification with the number of newly installed apps. You can delete the installed application by swiping to the left.
If an app, that you have already installed, has been newly deployed on the instance, you will be informed about updates of the application.
To define the settings, click on the right tab Settings.
|General||Autostart Business Application||Choose an application to start automatically after login (default none).|
|Application start delay||Delay the autostart for a number of seconds (default 3 seconds).|
|Automatic Login||After opening the client login directly (default off).|
|Automatically update authentication||Sessions will be automatically extended (default off).|
|Dark theme||Enable the dark theme (default off).|
|Storage||Libraries||Number of downloaded libraries.|
|Used storage||Displays the used storage of libraries.|
|Remove unused libraries||Removes unused libraries (it’s a button).|
|Modules||Number of downloaded modules.|
|Used storage||Displays the used storage of modules.|
|Remove unused modules||Removes unused modules (it’s a button).|
|Installed applications||Displays the number of installed applications.|
|Used storage||Displays the used storage of applications.|
|Remove all applications||Removes all business applications from the device.|
|Automatic updates||Updates business application before launch (default off).|
|Remote Call||Default settings||Uses default remote call settings (default on). Custom settings will be visible if default is off.|
|Resolution||Select a maximum target resolution supported by a camera (640x480px).|
|Frames per second||Set the frames per seconds to be sent (default 30).|
|Maximum video bandwidth||
Set the maximum video bandwidth in kb/s (default 5000 kb/s).
|Maximum audio bandwidth||
Set the maximum audio bandwidth in kb/s (default 200 kb/s).
Choose the video codec for the streams (default H264).
Choose the audio codec for the streams (default OPUS).
Select a maximum target resolution supported by a camera (640x480px).
|Frames per second||
Set the frames per seconds to be sent (default 30).
Reduce the bitrate by chosen value (default 1.0).
|Developer Mode||Developer mode||
With this setting, the developer mode can be activated (default off).
Enable or disable webview caching (default enabled).
|Transmission interval||The logs are being buffered until the specified time has passed (default 15 min).|
|Log level||Specify the minimum level of logs to be sent (default Error).|
|Enable Webview debugging||Debug the webview with Chrome Dev Tools (requires adb on your pc)(default depends on activated or deactivated Developer mode).|
|Default Network Adapter||Force all connections through a selected and available network (default: system default).|
|Error Handling||Send error logs||You can choose to send logs to the following destinations: