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Using Web Clips

At first glance, these settings can seem kind of useless. “What? Now we don’t want them typing in a browser?” But if you think about it, placing web links on an iOS device can be pretty useful for many companies. For example, do you have an internal Wiki or other informational web page? You can set those up here, and make them available on an iOS device without requiring the user to trawl through bookmarks. Do you have custom internal web applications for your users? Enter the info here (Figure 4.14), add a pretty icon, and select the “Full Screen” checkbox. When someone taps that link, it looks and behaves like an app, not a web page. Smaller companies may not have many uses for this feature, but for larger companies, these links can be quite handy.

Figure 4.14.

Figure 4.14. Create web links for the iOS device.

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