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This feature is currently supported with native iOS apps only.

You can send an App Catalog user a "deep link" that points to the Info details page for a specific native iOS or Android app in the App Catalog. This is an efficient way to provide the user users with quick access to the intended an app. The user simply needs to copy When a user opens the link into the address bar of a browser window to automatically open , it opens the details page for the app. (Note that on Android devices, users are first prompted to choose the App Catalog to complete the Info page for the app. From there the user action.) Once in the App Catalog, users can click the Install button. If the user does not have permission to access the app specified by the link, the My Apps list is displayed instead. If the user is Note that if a user is not already logged in to the App Catalog when pointing to the link, the user will be is prompted to log in before the Info page is displayed. If a user does not have permission to access the app specified by the link, the catalog displays the My Apps list instead.

A For the deep link to work, the user must already have the App Catalog installed on the device in order for the link to work. If the user does not have the App Catalog is not installed, the user receives an error displays indicating that the page cannot be opened.

The following figure shows a link that opens the Info details page for a Training the "App" app.


  1. On the EASE Portal Apperian Portal navigation bar, click Applications.
  2. Click the Details link next to the application name or icon of the native iOS or Android application for which you wish to send the link. This displays the Details page for the application.
  3. In the App Catalog Deep Link field, copy the link to your clipboard.

  4. Paste the link into an email message (or another form of communication) and send it to one or more App Catalog users along with directions about the action you want the user(s) to take.