You can provide
access to iOS and Android mobile apps from Device Manager and App Controller.
In Device Manager,
you can deploy apps to devices by using deployment packages for iOS and
You can upload
native, IPA, APK, and wrapped MDX files to App Controller 2.9 for publication
to Worx Home and the Worx Store. In addition, if users click an app in the Worx
Store that requires payment, the Apple App Store or Google Play store opens
depending on the app type. Users can then pay for and then download and install
the app to their device.
provides the MDX Toolkit so that you can wrap a mobile app for iOS or Android
with Citrix logic and policies. The tool can securely wrap an app that was
created within your organization or a mobile app made outside the company.
After you wrap the app, you can upload it to App Controller where you define
settings and policies. You can also wrap WorxMail and WorxWeb with the MDX
Users can access
mobile apps from Citrix Receiver or Worx Home. If you deploy StoreFront in your
network, you can configure App Controller to send application lists to
When users log on with Receiver, they can start, download and
install mobile apps onto the device.
Worx Home enables
your users to enroll their devices into XenMobile for device management, and
serves as both an enterprise app delivery mechanism and a support tool (chat or
email). When Worx Home is installed on the user device, users have access to
WorxMail, WorxWeb, and other mobile apps to which you provide access.
When you upload an
app to App Controller, you can configure the following settings:
information, see the following: