- LAST UPDATED: 10/30/2017
- PRICE TIER: All Tiers
- APPOINTMENT VERSION: All Versions
The following frequently asked questions apply to our native mobile apps for Apple (C) iOS (R) and Google (C) Android (R) devices.
- What is a Native App?
- What are the Benefits of Using a Native App over a Mobile Web App?
- What is the difference between your mobile scheduling apps and those of other scheduling providers?
- How do I Get the Apps?
- How do I log in to the App?
- How Much Do They Cost?
- How do I get help?
A - A native app is an app for a certain mobile device, such as a smartphone or a tablet, which is installed directly onto that device. Native apps are designed specifically to work with the device they’re developed for. They’re usually downloaded through an online store or marketplace, such as the App Store (for Apple) or the Google Play store (for Android).
A - The primary benefit of our native scheduling app for clients is speed, which is measurably faster than that of mobile Web apps.
Additionally, an icon button is automatically placed on your phone or tablet after it’s been downloaded and installed, making it quick and easy to access without having to open your phone or tablet’s Internet browser and navigating to your scheduler page.
A - AppointmentPlus mobile apps are the only universal scheduling application to offer native mobile scheduling apps for both Apple and Android phones and tablets.
A - To download and install the scheduling app for the iPhone and iPad, go to the App Store and search with the keywords “AppointmentPlus”.
To download and install the scheduling app for Android phones and tablets, go to go to the Google Play store and search with the keywords “AppointmentPlus”.
A - Once the app is installed on your mobile device, you can enter the same login credentials (username and password) used to log in to your account via the web browser application.
A - Both the Apple and Android mobile scheduling apps are free to clients.
A - Detailed information and instructions on how to use the Apps can be found in the AppointmentPlus Knowledge Base. Click here to read the article on Apple scheduling apps. Click here to read the article on Android scheduling apps.