3rd December, 2018

Web Apps in Chrome & Windows Edge

It is possible to run most of the Sensory Apps on Windows, Mac or Chromebook. If you are a Microsoft Windows user with the Chrome desktop Browser installed, an Apple Mac user with Chrome desktop browser installed, or a Chromebook user, the Sensory web apps can just load from the cloud. We recently converted all our web apps to “Progressive Web Apps (PWA)” which allow for local installation on pretty much all devices. Also, the Sensory Web Apps can be run in the Windows Edge browser released in 2020. After running, you can save the app locally offline for future quick access.

As a demonstration, here is a link to run the Sensory Fun Painting app in a new tab, full window size. Just click the icon and the Fun Painting app should load and run in any modern browser, such as Chrome, Edge or Safari.

Alternatively, in the frame below, choose from any of the 5 painting options, and create some neat artwork in the web page. Sensory web apps can be opened as separate pages (and run full screen) or embedded into a web page.

Click Run to open Fun Painting in a new tab, full window size.

You can see the full list of Sensory Web Apps to try out as a single user, for free. School site licenses are also available.

Click for Full list of Sensory Web Apps

Please contact us at [email protected] if you would like to license the web apps for use on your network or in your application, or if you need us to send a direct link for the Web Apps.