Any iOS or Android device can be configured to work in a restricted, purpose specific mode by converting it to a Kiosk. With Hexnode MDM, turning a device into a Kiosk is very simple. There are a number of additional settings and restrictions available that are specific for Kiosk mode. Kiosk mode is the perfect solution to tune the devices to perform a single task. It provides additional security to devices than when used in normal mode.
Android Kiosk features
Single app lockdown: Restrict the device to run only on one single app or website.
Multi app lockdown: Restrict the device to a few apps or websites in Kiosk mode.
Wi-Fi controls: Provide Wi-Fi controls to user to select networks and turn Wi-Fi on and off.
App hiding and Auto launch: The apps can be made to open up automatically upon device boot and apps can be hidden from view.
Disabling device buttons: All the soft keys and physical buttons in the device are disabled in the kiosk mode.
Android Kiosk browser
Web based kiosk: Extent the kiosk functionality to limited web access.
Secure browser: Only the web apps or whitelisted URLs can be accessed with the Kiosk browser.
URL blacklisting: The blacklisted URLs can be prevented from access making other sites free to be explored.
Multi tab browsing: The kiosk browser allows opening up multiple tabs for each web app.
iOS Kiosk features
Single app lockdown: Restrict device to run only on one single app or website. No other controls can be accessed in the single app mode.
Multiple app lockdown: With the whitelisting feature that is available from iOS 9.3 onwards, the device can be restricted to a few whitelisted apps without going to kiosk mode.