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Apple released a new operating system iPadOS that turns iPad devices into behaving more like a desktop. Currently, the GEOINT App Store supports mobile app downloads through the mobile storefront which requires users to download the GEOINT App Store iOS app from their device's browser before getting access to mobile content. With the new iPadOS the Safari Browser will not display the banner to that redirect users to download the mobile storefront - "For the Best iOS experience download the mobile app" View
To get access from the new iPad OS, either use Chrome or FireFox as alternative browsers - OR - you can change your settings in Safari from iPad settings to enable mobile browser settings.
Navigate to GEOINT App Store iOS to Download the mobile storefront
To Enable Mobile Safari:
Now your browser will recognize that you are mobile and take you to the Mobile Storefront in the header.
To download a mobile app, the user needs to download the Mobile Storefront onto the specific device used. Directions to download the mobile Storefront are below. Note to Android Users: The default Android browser, Google Chrome, does not recognize the DoD Certificate provided by the browser, so the user must download a secondary browser such as Firefox to be able to download the App Store app directly to the Android device.
The user must ensure that the GEOINT Mobile App Storefront appropriate to their device (i.e. iOS or Android) is downloaded and installed on that device.
The developer and/or owner of the application are responsible for the maintenance and sustainment of the app, as well as any updated information that is captured in the App 'Details' section. There are no license restrictions on provisioning of Android apps. For iOS apps, GEOINT App Store staff will re-sign the application with the DoD license for deployment purposes. Please use the naming convention below when creating and submitting an app:
* The format for the URL scheme is 'bundle identifier + bundle versions string, short' o Example: ASAM iOS app * Bundle identifier in Plist: mil.nga.giat.asam bundle versions string, short in Plist: 1.1.2 URL scheme: mil.nga.giat.asam+112
Example: if ASAM is updated from 1.1.2 to 1.1.3, then the URL scheme should read: URL scheme: mil.nga.giat.asam+113 All apps have the following 18 fields. Required fields are marked with an asterisk.
Some apps may need additional information due to the types of platform requirements to which they will be deployed:
NGA and each other; and introduces trending technologies and innovative ideas that may benefit the NGA mission and drive toward the NGA Future State Vision (FSV).
For more information, please contact the GEOINT App Store team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GSM is a vision that pursues transparency about NGA's areas of interest. It cultivates collaboration and provides proof of concept and evaluation of emerging/existing technologies or capabilities, and embraces pursuit options that include more innovative and agile approaches to acquisition. Both programs promote transparency with NGA's areas of interest and provide a conduit for industry and academia to provide innovative solutions to NGA challenges. GSM and IGAPP leverage each other for exposure, idea generation and validation.
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