for iOS 9.0 or later

Version 0.12

10 July 2018, 17:00 | 50.0 MB

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  • When you first open the app, you see a notification that the developer of the app isn't trusted on your device.You can dismiss this message, but then you can't open the app.

  • After you dismiss this message, you can establish trust for the app developer. Tap Settings > General > Profiles & Device Management. Under the 'Enterprise App' heading, you see a profile for the developer

  • Tap on 'Zoho corporation' profile under the Enterprise App heading to establish trust.

  • Next, tap on Trust 'Zoho corporation' and select Trust on the prompt to confirm.

  • Note 
    You must be connected to the internet to verify the app developer's certificate when establishing trust. 
    If you're behind a firewall, make sure that it's configured to allow connections to https://ppq.apple.com.  
    If you aren't connected to the internet when you trust an app, the device displays 'Not Verified' instead. To 
    maintain trust, connect your device to the internet, then tap the Verify App button or launch the app. 
    To use the app, connect to the internet and tap the Verify App button. After you verify an app for the first time, your 
    iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch must reverify the app developer's certificate periodically to maintain trust. If reverification 
    is not possible, you may see a message that verification will expire soon.