Apps built using PowerApps can run on Windows, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, or in a web browser. Apps running on a mobile device can take advantage of the device's capabilities, such as location and camera. You can download PowerApps Mobile from the Windows Store, the App Store, or Google Play.
If you're unfamiliar with PowerApps, see Introduction to PowerApps.
The first time you open PowerApps, you are prompted to sign in using your Azure Active Directory credentials:
PowerApps for Windows 10 Mobile is available in the Store as a preview. You can also go to powerapps.com, and there is a link to Windows Store in the bottom of the page.
Here are system requirements:
Quickly find an app by searching one of these categories:
Favorites: Apps that you've marked by using the "…" option of each app. You can unmark an app to remove it from this list.
After you choose a list, you can also sort it by the dates on which apps were most recently opened or modified. These preferences are retained when you close and reopen PowerApps.
To open an app on a tablet or a phone, tap the app icon, or tap the push notification that appears when someone shares an app with you.
If this is the first time you are using PowerApps, a screen shows the swipe gesture to exit PowerApps.
If an app requires a connection to a data source or requires consent to use the device's capabilities, you must confirm the connection or give consent before you use the app:
Typically, you are prompted only the first time.
If you've downloaded an app and used it at least once, you can pin it to the home screen of your device for quick access. Tap the ellipsis (...) for an app, tap Pin, and then follow the instructions that appear.