Using the Ivanti incapptic Connect Apps page

The Apps page is the home page for your Ivanti incapptic Connect applications. Your applications and accompanying information are displayed here.

Figure 1. Ivanti incapptic Connect Apps page

incapptic Connect Apps page

You can find the following information on the Apps page:

If an option or a button isn’t visible, then the option is not enabled on your system.

Table 2.  Apps page settings

Apps page element


App Name

In the case of an iOS app, the app name is not necessarily identical to the app name in the Apple developer portal.

For apps which are deployed to an Enterprise mobile management (EMM) system, this name is displayed in both the respective console and store.

For Public Apps (Apple App Store and Google Play), you can set a country-specific (different) name in the app metadata.

Bundle ID / Package Name

The bundle ID is the unique identifier of the incapptic Connect app for the iOS user. The package name is the unique name for the Android user.


Supported platforms are iOS and Android.

Target type

App Catalog, Apple App store, VMware Workspace ONE, Ivanti EPMM, Ivanti Neurons for MDM, Microsoft Intune, MDM/EMM target, and Google Play.


The environment can be either Production or Test. This display is for information only and helps to differentiate. There is no difference in the features.


The status column shows the status of the latest app release. It can have the following values:

  • No version: No release of this app has been uploaded so far.
  • Draft: A new release has been created and can still be edited.
  • Signed: The release has been submitted, the binary was successfully signed and all the meta data was submitted.
  • Failed: Something went wrong with the signing of the latest release. Open the app version details page of that release for further details.
  • In Publishing Approval (optional configuration): Ivanti incapptic Connect provides the option for each publishing release to be approved after the app release—with all metadata—is submitted and successfully signed. If the release has not yet been approved, the app version status is displayed as 'in publishing approval.' 
  • Rejected: The app release was internally reviewed and rejected. For details, open the app release details page.
  • Upload in progress: Uploading to the respective app store can take some time, especially for Apple App Store Connect. If the upload is not finished, the status is shown as in progress.
  • Rejected by target: The app release was rejected by the app store.
  • Available in target: The new release is available in the respective app store and can be downloaded by the app users.


Tracks the expiration time for in-house apps.

If an app is no longer valid, it will not start on the device.

Last activity

This date reflects the time when an app release was last changed, as when a new version is created or published.

Filters in App dashboard

The app dashboard contains a Filters option.

The filter types are as follows:

Table 3.  Filter types and description

Filter Type


Platform iOS and Android are the available platform filters.
Target Type All target types that incapptic supports are included in the available target type filters.
Environment Test and Production are the available environment filters.
Application status Draft, Signed, Published, and Failed are the status filters that are available.

Certificate Expiration

Expired or expiring in 1 month, 3 months, and 6 months are the available expiration filters, which are dependent on the remaining time for expiry.

Last Activity

The application's last activity filters are activity-time-based and include the following: activity during the last seven days, last fifteen days, last month, and last three months.

  1. Log in to the incapptic portal.

  2. Click Filters.

    All users can use filters.

  3. Select the filter options to apply filters, and click Apply.

    Even if you don't click the Apply button, the filters you have chosen will still be stored after a certain amount of time has elapsed because the incapptic home page is re-rendered after that interval.

  4. You can click the overlay or Cancel to close the filter side drawer.

  5. After applying the filter, the applications are displayed as per selection on the app dashboard. The app dashboard Filters button displays the total number of filters that have been applied.

  6. Click Clear All in the sidebar filters to clear the selected filters.

    Filters work in browser session storage. Once we do a hard reload of the page, then the filters will be cleared from session storage.

  7. Admin users have the provision to perform actions on selected apps, such as retire and delete. You can Delete and Retire the selected application from the app dashboard.

  8. Only admin users have the provision to perform the below actions.

    1. Retiring applications sends the selected apps to the retired apps section, where users can perform the Delete or Restore action.

    2. Admin can perform a bulk delete action, which deletes the applications and their footprints from the database and the targets (differs based on target type).

    3. When admin clicks Action, a confirmation dialogue appears, and a notification is displayed at the bottom after confirmation is complete.