When you deploy a software inventory package to a device, Device Manager maintains the list of apps. You can work from those lists to configure Applications Access Policies, also known as application blacklists and whitelists to manage your users' access to applications on their devices.
You can also use the Applications Access Policies in the following ways:
You can create the following types of Applications Access Policies .
You have the option in Device Manager of using the App bundle ID and App package name when you define iOS and Android apps in your policies. Device Manager can identify apps more reliably, however, when you use these values.
In iOS, an App bundle ID is traditionally a reverse-domain-name style string used when a developer creates a new app. For example, for Angry Birds (www.rovio.com/), the App bundle ID on iOS is 'com.rovio.angrybirds'. On Android, an App package naming convention is similar to iOS, in which the developer identifies the app with a reverse-domain-name style string. The last part of the name is the name of the App package, often with the file extension appended to the end. For example, for Angry Birds, the App package name on Android is 'com.rovio.angrybirds.apk'.