InControl Mobile App for iOS Now Available!

+1 for Android!

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Excellent. Thank you TK. We use and sell mostly Peplink and Ubiquity products. We think it is really important that Peplink keep up with the iOS app – without any pressure or need to use InControl.

I might mention that our users generally prefer the Ubiquity app to the one provided by Peplink, particularly when monitoring the performance of APs.

Any update on android and private incontrol support?

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I downloaded the app but don’t understand the steps necessary to link to my inControl2 and device.

The App settings are:
Device Name (default auto Detect) do i put in something else?
Host Name (what do i put in there?)
Port (default 80)
Username Is that the username for inControl or my device admin?
Password Same question as above

Thx

@Edward_Taubman

Just to confirm which App you downloaded ?

InControl Mobile APP : :slight_smile:
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  • Login via InControl2 account, all devices manage under InControl2 will able to be shown in the App. https://incontrol2.peplink.com
  • Connection is from Mobile device (InControl Mobile APP) to Incontrol2 cloud.

**Peplink Router Utility (Support IOS and Android) **:
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  • Connection from your Mobile phone (Router Utility) to the devices.
  • In-order to manage the devices, you need to have Webadmin access for the devices.
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Why is there no Android? We are considering switching all our sites to Peplink but I was disappointed to see there was no mobile app which is kind of a deal breaker. Kind of surprising as not many IT guys I know that use iOS.

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The Android version is still in development and will be forthcoming. Thanks

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Hi Team,
Is there any plan in place for the InControl Mobile App to support privately hosted instances of IC2?

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The last version I tried via Apple Testflight (v1.1) did have this option, however it didn’t work for me, I suspect that it is because my instance of incontrol itself needs updating.

As 2.4.2 has just come out am scheduling that in and will retest.

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Hi Peplink Team
InControl Mobile App, i request status PepVPN/SpeedFusion and information Peers.

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I am going to +1 for an Android app for InControl. I have grown to love the app on the iOS but, now I have the new Sonim XP8 on the FirstNet Band 14 service. Unfortunately, that means it runs Android and not iOS. So please please come out with an Android version ASAP!

Hi, this was posted back in October 2017, which is about 10 months ago. Any update?

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Any updates on the Android app?

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Any updates on the Android version?

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Any updates on the Android version?

Hi @TK_Liew and @Tim_S , it has been over 2 years since Aug 28, 2017 when the advice to stay tuned for the Android IC2 app was provided. Do you have any update as to a realistic timeline or development priority for IC2 on Android?

I feel Peplink missed a very crucial windows to gain user base by good app support from 2017 to 2019. Now, the market has responded with competitive products available on both iOS and Android from day one.

I would greatly appreciate a timely update and realistic understanding of this potential product’s availability.

Thank you.

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Hi @TK_Liew and @Tim_S, I hope you can provide us update with the IC2 Android app. Thank you!

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Hi @smammen and @Red,

Sorry to report that other more requested SD-WAN features and functionality have trumped this development and it may be a while until this becomes a reality.

Thanks

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Hi Tim. Good to hear from you, hope you’re well.

Thanks for the update. I definitely appreciate all the advancements in other areas, it’s just that the “no Android app” conversation is just getting more awkward these days in the Enterprise networking manufacturer space. Will hope that it makes its way up the priority list for Peplink.

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Hi Guys,

new year, old question… Any news to the Android App?
I tried some IOS Emulators on Android, but I didn’t get this running…

I mean, more than 75% of all mobile phones are android… Even a alpha or beta version is better than nothing. I would test an early alpha.

Thanks
Dennis

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