March 2021
🚀 Complete

Device Groups

Groups are admin-defined blocks of devices that share the same apps, files (coming soon), and settings.

Feature Release
🚀 Complete

Monitor Active Content

Monitor what content apps are actively running on devices. The name of the active content app will be displayed beneath the device’s battery, WiFi, and storage space icons.

Feature Release
February 2021
🚀 Complete

Client App Refactor

The source code of the Client App has been restructured so as to improve operation and certain functionality. Click here for additional information on notable bug fixes and improvements.

Product Improvement
🚀 Complete

Pairing App Refactor

The source code of the Pairing App has been restructured so as to improve operation and certain functionality. Click here for additional information on notable bug fixes and improvements.

Product Improvement
🚀 Complete

New Layout

ArborXR has moved to a side navigation menu and has introduced Tags and Organization Settings as menu options.

Feature Release
January 2021
🚀 Complete

White Labeling, SSO Integration and API Access

Customers on the Enterprise Plan now have the ability to white label the platform, integrate their existing Single Sign-On (SSO), host content app uploads on their own S3 compatible cloud storage bucket, and utilize our API if, for example, they have a proprietary cloud platform and would like to integrate ArborXR’s powerful device & content management capabilities.

Feature Release
December 2020
🚀 Complete

Multi-App Launcher

Multi-App Launcher is a 2D app launcher that displays a grid of content apps installed via ArborXR that have been “whitelisted” via the dashboard. This allows end users to launch into content themselves while preventing them from accessing other apps installed on the device.

Feature Release
November 2020
October 2020
🚀 Complete

OBB File Support

With this improvement users can upload an OBB file alongside their APK. When users deploy a content app that contains an OBB onto a device, the OBB will automatically be deployed alongside the APK. Note that the APK and its associated OBB must be in the same zipped folder in order for ArborXR to process the upload.

Product Improvement