TapaKiosk - full screen browser to show predefined site in a kiosk mode.
Ability to work in kiosk mode on a local device and as remote control of other kiosks.
Providing access to another kiosks takes only a few seconds.
To do this, in "Local settings" on remote device allow control and enter your IMEI in the "Parents IMEI".
You can remotely control another kiosk as local.
- Edit the settings.
- Get the status of a remote kiosk: time last loaded URL, state of the Internet, a screenshot of the screen, the screen is turned on/off, the list of active applications on the screen.
- Start working page.
- Stop working page.
- Lock the device (requires add an application to Device administrators).
- Quit the application.
- Restart the device (requires root and Superuser).
To work with other kiosks need to enable Google Play services on both devices.
- Displaying a specific site or local page.
- Locking hardware buttons: Home, Back, Menu, Power, Volume Up, Volume Down, Camera (need Root and Superuser).
- Hide bottom system bar.
- Locking software keyboard.
- Program auto startup after device reboot.
- Site automatic start after start the program.
- Site automatic start after inactivity.
- Page automatic reload after internet errors.
- Forced screen orientation (portrait, portrait reverse, landscape, landscape reverse, auto).
- User-agent (mobile, desktop, auto).
- Control zoom.
- Play video and use plugins.
- Site exit is allowed only after taps on the screen in specific sequence (pattern).
The screen is divided into nine sections (three rows, three columns) like on phone keyboard:
1 - left-top, 2 - center-top, 3 - right-top,
4 - left-center, 5 - center-center, 6 - right center,
7 - left-bottom, 8 - center-bottom, 9 - right-bottom.
So if a pattern is set as 1397, then you have to tap on the screen: left-top, right-top, right-bottom, left-bottom (four screen corners).
Fix bug in dates in status of remote devices.