Recently, iframes have been enabled to insert web apps on our websites and thus modify the domain name of those who use our apps.
Unfortunately when using this function, thunkable forces the view “Mobile web app” even though the app had been published as “Responsive web app”, which does not give the freedom for the application to be displayed in the best way.
Solution: Is it possible that when I insert the web application into the iframe, it runs as we published it? Either as a mobile web app or responsive web app?
I need to publish webapps without the box and the “thunkable powered” ad as paying for the PRO subscription should not advertise thunkable in our published apps.
If we don’t insert them in the iframe, thunkable appears in the navigation url. And if we insert the app in iframe, the thunkable credits appear in the same way. It is something that one does not expect to find in a PRO subscription.
responsive web app published (without iframe):
Responsive web app published (with iframe):
mobile webapp published (without iframe):
mobile webapp published (with iframe):
Perhaps there is a solution to this and I do not know it.
If so, please tell me how you managed to insert your webapps without the gray frame inserted by thunkable.