AWS Console

AWS Console


The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Console mobile app lets you quickly view your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, Amazon S3 buckets, Amazon Route 53 hosted zones, load balancers (ELB), Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) instances, Amazon DynamoDB tables, Auto Scaling groups, AWS Elastic Beanstalk applications, AWS OpsWorks stacks, and Amazon CloudWatch alarms. Use the app to view information about your AWS resources and support incident response from outside the office.

EC2, S3, Route 53, ELB, RDS, DynamoDB, Auto Scaling, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and AWS OpsWorks customers can use the app to browse resources and view configuration details, metrics, and alarms. EC2 users can perform instance lifecycle operations, manage Elastic IPs and Security Groups, and create snapshots of connected EBS volumes. Service Health Dashboard notifications provide real-time information on service availability, and users with billing permissions can monitor total service charges.

The AWS Console mobile app requires an existing AWS account. Simply create an identity using your account credentials and select your region in the menu. The app lets you stay signed in to multiple identities at once. Note that if you sign in with an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user account, you need to use the account alias that was included in the email address from your administrator. If you use AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), we recommend using either a hardware MFA device or a virtual MFA on a separate mobile device for the greatest level of account protection.

We regularly release new features. Tell us what you want to do with the app using the feedback link in the app's menu.

Recent changes:
This update adds support for Elastic Beanstalk:
• View applications and environments
• View environment details, including configuration, metrics, alarms, and events.
• Deploy a previously uploaded app version to an environment
• Swap environment URLs
• Restart environment app servers
• Terminate environment

Tell us when you use the app most or request features by using Feedback in the app's menu. We're listening!
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About AWS Console
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Console mobile app lets you quickly view your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, Amazon S3 buckets, Amazon Route 53 hosted zones, load balancers (ELB), Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) instances, Amazon DynamoDB tables, Auto Scaling groups, AWS Elastic Beanstalk applications, AWS OpsWorks stacks, and Amazon CloudWatch alarms. Use the app to view information about your AWS resources and support incident response from outside the office.

EC2, S3, Route 53, ELB, RDS, DynamoDB, Auto Scaling, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and AWS OpsWorks customers can use the app to browse resources and view configuration details, metrics, and alarms. EC2 users can perform instance lifecycle operations, manage Elastic IPs and Security Groups, and create snapshots of connected EBS volumes. Service Health Dashboard notifications provide real-time information on service availability, and users with billing permissions can monitor total service charges.

The AWS Console mobile app requires an existing AWS account. Simply create an identity using your account credentials and select your region in the menu. The app lets you stay signed in to multiple identities at once. Note that if you sign in with an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user account, you need to use the account alias that was included in the email address from your administrator. If you use AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), we recommend using either a hardware MFA device or a virtual MFA on a separate mobile device for the greatest level of account protection.

We regularly release new features. Tell us what you want to do with the app using the feedback link in the app's menu.

Recent changes:
This update adds support for Elastic Beanstalk:
• View applications and environments
• View environment details, including configuration, metrics, alarms, and events.
• Deploy a previously uploaded app version to an environment
• Swap environment URLs
• Restart environment app servers
• Terminate environment

Tell us when you use the app most or request features by using Feedback in the app's menu. We're listening!

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A Google User
Thursday 10:44 PM
Would be great if it had PIN access Great app, but inputting my crazy long password is a total PITA. Wish there was a way to save my password, then lock the app with a PIN code. OK, so that may not be as secure, but anyone using this app is probably well-versed regarding security and locks their phone as well as has the ability to wipe it remotely anyway. I'm all for a PIN code! You could even have it so it wipes the app info after XX number of bad PINs or something.
A Google User
Feb 19, 2015
works as advertised but lacks features Lacks support for features that I need. Doesn't support SES, SQS, and other important AWS services. This supports EC2 though, so this is useful for restarting servers during emergencies.
A Google User
Feb 11, 2015
Needs to be able to nickname accounts. Having multiple accounts to manage (currently at 5 distinct accounts), having to know the account numbers of the environment I'm after is a bit silly. I've had to cycle through the accounts numerous times until I find the right one. Just the ability to put in a nickname when associating the accounts would make a huge difference in usability.
A Google User
Feb 6, 2015
The credentials / access management section is really missing.
A Google User
Feb 2, 2015
Add elastic ip controls for 5 stars