Did you know that you can access the Unity cloud on your mobile or tablet? In fact, we like to recommend using our tools to submit quotes, finish assessments and more while onsite. Our Report Writer, Assessments and Quotes tools make it quick and easy to complete your tasks and generate reports while on the go from any device. While we don't have an app, it's very quick and easy to add the Unity portal to your device's home screen for easy access. 

Samsung Devices

  1. Open a new web page in Google Chrome 

  2. Enter into the URL your company's Unity Cloud address. For example, the Unity demo cloud is "https://demo.unitycloud.io". If you don't know your Unity Cloud address, jump onto a desktop and find the URL. 

  3. You will be prompted to log in 

  4. Once logged in, tap on the three vertical dots in the top right hand corner of your page. A menu of options will appear on the right hand side of your page. 

  5. Select "Add to home screen" 

Apple Devices 

Safari will allow you to add the page to your home screen with the following steps: 

  1. Open a new web page in Safari

  2. Enter into the URL your company's Unity Cloud address. For example, the Unity demo cloud is "https://demo.unitycloud.io". If you don't know your Unity Cloud address, jump onto a desktop and find the URL. 

  3. You will be prompted to log in.

  4. Once logged in, tap on the "share"button on your browser's toolbar in the bottom panel of the browser.

We do recommend using Google Chrome as your main browser when accessing Unity, so if you can, download the Google Chrome app from the App Store here.

Saving Google Chrome on an iPhone or iPad

Unfortunately, iOS won't allow you to save a Google Chrome page to your home screen, but you do have a couple of options for saving the page for easy access. 

  1. Bookmarking the page. You can use the upwards pointing arrow next to the URL to select "Add to bookmarks". To find your bookmarks again, use the horizontal three dots in the bottom right hand corner to open the options menu, and select "Bookmarks."

  2. Add to Reading List. Apple allows you to have a "reading list" in Google Chrome. You can choose "Read Later" in the menu options when selecting the upwards pointing arrow next to your toolbar. To find your reading list, tap on the horizontal three dots again. 

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