Developer: Empoc, LLC
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 1.7 MB - Download
Easily use your Mac as a standalone Kiosk.
Web Kiosk turns any Mac with an internet connection into a standalone Kiosk. Preferences allow you to quickly change the page that should load when starting Web Kiosk.
Starting Web Kiosk is as easy as launching the application and pressing your chosen combination of modifier and hot keys to launch full screen mode.
Once in full screen mode, the only way to exit is by pressing the same key combination again. You also have the ability to set a password to exit full screen mode.
Not only is this a great utility for businesses but for parents who want their children to have access to only a single site like dictionary.com, etc.. for doing homework. Or if you have a friend over that needs to use the internet but you don't want him using your computer, just set the default URL to google.com and launch full screen mode.
- Password to Exit Full Screen Mode
- Default URL when launching App
- Disables Command + Q
- Disables Force Quitting
- Choose Key Combination for Entering / Exiting Kiosk Mode
Most Helpful Reviews
Disappointing - No support for local files, the http prefix is permanent. This was a tragic waste of $5. This is a nice idea but not ready to be published on the app store.
More Reviews for Current Version
Web Kiosk - This is an absolute piece of garbage. Please do not waste your money on this.