As a web developer, you may have noticed that most of the time you see webpages in apps that have been designed for iOS.
That’s because most mobile browsers use the WebKit framework, which is the standard web engine in Android, Apple’s mobile OS.
You don’t have to use WebKit to make mobile apps work with Android, but the same principles can be applied to iOS.
You can also easily add a splash screen and some icons to your app to make it look great on Android.
If you’re looking to add a little bit of extra flair to your mobile app, you can add a web service to the mix, and it will show up as an icon in the upper right corner of your app’s home screen.
The web service should also include some basic information that you can use to help users connect to your site, such as your name, email address and billing address.
To learn how to do this on iOS, we’ve put together an in-depth tutorial on how to make your web site look great.
To see how to add the splash screen, check out our in-browser guide.
What is the splash page?
To add a dash of flair to a mobile app’s page, you need to use a splash page.
A splash page is an icon that appears at the top of a mobile page that can be clicked on to display the following information: The title of the page