Before choosing which product is right for your use case it's important to understand the key differences between Kiosk Browser & Kiosk Launcher.

Please note the features listed below are not exhaustive but merely a basic comparison of the core differences.

Kiosk Browser
Primary purpose: Locking down devices to a web browser/website.
Core features: Provide access to a single url, control access through allow/deny lists, advanced JavaScript interface.
Common features: Launch on boot, password protected settings, restrict access to device settings, remote management, JSON configuration system.

Kiosk Browser

Kiosk Launcher
Primary Purpose: Locking down devices to a set of applications/urls or single application.
Core features: Allow access to a list of authorised applications and/or authorised urls.
Common features: Launch on boot, password protected settings, restrict access to device settings, remote management, JSON configuration system.

Kiosk Launcher
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