Android Kiosk Mode replaces default device settings with custom configurations to create a fully-managed experience from the moment a device boots.
Esper is the most powerful and scalable solution to create kiosk experiences that map to your customer or employee use case and security requirements.
How Android Kiosk Mode Works in Esper
Android Kiosk Mode is a flexible configuration state available for almost all Android devices with operating system (OS) versions 6.0+, plus some support for OS 4.4 and 5.x.
Esper is built for a variety of single-purpose Android kiosk use cases.
Single-App Kiosk Mode
Pin a single kiosk app to full-screen mode.
Multi-App Kiosk Mode
Lock Android devices to a select number of apps, websites, and usage scenarios.
Custom Configurations-App Kiosk Mode
Create safe, productive, and self-serve Android for customers, students, patients, or workers.
Creating Custom Android Kiosk Experiences with Esper
Locking down apps, settings, and user behavior starts with creating a provisioning template in Esper. In a matter of minutes you can define a secure state for your Android device, OS, settings, apps, and user permissions from our cloud console.
Remotely push apps, version updates, and permissions for private and Play Store apps.
Status Bar & Notifications
Hide status bar and notifications and prevent kiosk mode exits.
Remotely manage network, brightness, touchscreen and factory resets.
Close the loop between device and cloud with Esper’s APIs, SDK & CLI.
Disable or restrict USB, WiFi, Bluetooth, camera and sleep mode.
Calls & Texts
Block user access to calls and texts. Or create custom allowed contacts.
Advanced DevOps pipelines simplify rollouts and rollbacks.
Display your brand with custom load sequence graphics.
Security & Health
Monitor real-time telemetry and user data and create automated responses to risk.
Add New Capabilities
Add peripheral hardware for payments, printing, biometrics, and more.
Customize SafeSearch user access to allowed and blocked websites.
Define geofencing and network boundaries to auto-lock against theft.
Esper vs. Kiosk Software vs. Android Mobile Device Management
Today’s single-purpose fleets involve many different usage scenarios and user types. Esper’s flexible infrastructure can simplify virtually all Android single-purpose use cases.
Esper is built to help customers create a future-proof Android management strategy, even as they scale staff and customer deployments. We offer more features and advanced capabilities than most typical kiosk or mobile device management (MDM) solutions.
Single & Multi-App Kiosk Mode
Support for GMS and AOSP Devices
50+ Kiosk Mode Settings
Fully Custom Device Configurations
Customize Voice, SMS & Browser
Remotely Provision, Deploy & Debug
Validated Hardware & Peripherals
Track Device Location
Device Telemetry & User Analytics
Custom Alerts & Alert Responses
Cloud Content Management System
Over-the-Air App, Settings & Firmware Updates
*Over-the-air firmware updates available for select Android devices
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