Power Apps application on Windows running model-driven and canvas apps with full support for offline
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|Users by admins, makers, or analysts||Feb 14, 2022||-||Jun 20, 2022|
The Power Apps for Windows is a new application in parity with iOS and Android. You can run both model-driven apps and canvas apps with full support for offline mode. Users can browse from the list of apps by recently used, favorites, featured, or search for a specific app. Power Apps for Windows also supports per app and per user licensing, native connection experience for Dataverse, and offline.
With Power Apps for Windows, you can work with your business data on any device from anywhere. You can also automate tasks to help users get more work accomplished quickly. Users can also run custom apps that are shared with them.
Power Apps for Windows supports these capabilities:
- Highly secured authentication with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) support, Intune management, and Microsoft's System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) app distribution.
- Access to Government Community Cloud (GCC) organizations.
- Access and run both model-driven and canvas apps.
- Find your apps using search or advanced browsing.
- Leverage devices capabilities, such as camera, microphone, file picker, geolocation, and barcode scanner from your apps.
- Access your data with the latest Dataverse native APIs.
Use Power Apps for Windows (docs)