LockerPulse HTML5 Application

HTML5LockerPulse is a fully responsive HTML5 web application, meaning that it works great on any screen size, from a large 1080p monitor to a smartphone and anything in between.

Using LockerPulse couldn't be simpler. Just visit LockerPulse.com from your web browser. Whether it's a phone, a tablet, or a computer, everything will feel familiar and work as if it was designed for your screen. Nothing to download, nothing to install!

iPhone, iPad, and Android Installation

If you're an iOS or Android user you can "install" the LockerPulse web application to your home screen so that you can easily launch it just like a native application.

iOS Users

  1. Open Safari and browse to LockerPulse.com. Log in to your LockerPulse account if you aren't already logged in.
  2. Tap iOS LockerPulse Web App Installation and select Add to Home Screen
  3. Name the shortcut and click Add
  4. That's it! You can launch LockerPulse using the LockerPulse icon on your home screen
iOS LockerPulse Web App Installation

Android Users

Please note: these instructions might vary slightly from phone to phone but the same basic process should work on all Android phones.

  1. Open the default web browser and browse to LockerPulse.com. Log in to your LockerPulse account if you aren't already logged in.
  2. Tap the bookmark icon and select Add. Name the bookmark and click OK
  3. Navigate back to your home screen
  4. Tap the Menu button, click Add > Shortcuts > Bookmark, and select the LockerPulse bookmark that you just created
  5. That's it! You can launch LockerPulse using the LockerPulse icon on your home screen
Android LockerPulse Web App Installation

Chrome Web App

If you're a Google Chrome user, you can install LockerPulse in the Google Chrome Web Store by clicking the image below:

Chrome LockerPulse Web App Installation

Afterward you will have the option to securely link your LockerPulse account to your Google Account so that you're automatically logged in to LockerPulse any time that you're logged in to Google.

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