To start, you only need to unlock your phone and have the Superscreen app running on your phone. Superscreen will keep the phone from re-locking itself automatically while the you are engaged with this feature.
For the 2.1M web based apps from the App Store, these work seamlessly. No issues.
For the 32 iOS System applications, they currently work in three different ways on Superscreen.
A. 14 system apps work seamlessly. photos, camera, clock, safari, calendar, maps, memos, reminders, contacts, compass, mail, calculator, podcasts, music
B. The Weather app works perfectly, but it does not automatically carry your stored city information. So, if you have cities saved, you would re-select once on Superscreen set-up and they will forever be stored for you.
C. 17 system apps (wallet, app store, health, find iPhone, settings, stocks, notes, tips, find friends, TV, facetime, phone, messages, iTunes, iBooks, home, watch) we have no direct access, but we do have dual mode between Superscreen and an iPhone, such that you can use these applications on your phone at the same time with anything else on your Superscreen. For instance, you can watch a movie on Superscreen while taking a call at the same time on your iPhone. Also, you will also get a notification on Superscreen when there is activity in one of these apps, such as a notice that there is an incoming call, which you would need to physically take on your iPhone.
D. For Siri we have all functions available to SiriKit which are as follows and Apple has said it’s committed to adding support for new types of apps to SiriKit over time. They are currently as follows:
- VoIP Calling
- Lists and Notes
- Visual Codes
- Ride Booking
- Car Commands
- Restaurant Reservations
For iOS games we have our own SDK for game developers which will allow users to play games.
Continuing iterative development is in progress for all.