oalla enables a TV to run digital signage apps. Digital signage content and apps are controlled using a web-based dashboard. The oalla hardware device connects to the internet and the HDMI port of your TV. oalla is simple to use, affordable, and effective.
If the WiFi goes down, the current content will continue to play. When WiFi returns the content will update again.
When you first turn on the device, you'll plug in a mouse to choose a network and enter the network password.
You only have to add the device to the network once.
To find the MAC address, plug in a mouse into the device. Restart the device. After the device boots up, click the right mouse button. You should go to the desktop. Press the gear button on the bottom right of the screen. On the top right of the screen click the orange "Other" button. Then click "More Settings". Scroll to the bottom and click "About MediaBox". Then click "Status". The MAC address is under "Wi-Fi MAC address".
Offline-mode is supported on the Enterprise, All-In-One, and All-In-One touch editions. Many apps are interactive so support for offline mode varies from application to application.
All apps are managed through the web-based dashboard. The dashboard runs in Chrome and can be used on Mac, Windows, and Linux. No need to download or install any software or configure any firewalls.
There are two slideshows and two website apps to help keep content organized. For example, you can put all your breakfast slides into slideshow 1 and all your lunch slides into slideshow 2. The apps have the same funcationality. There are multiple of them to help keep content organized.
By default only one app can be installed at a time. You can override this though by checking the multi-app mode box in the dashboard. This allows you to position the clock and the corkboard on the screen together.
Yes, the screen can run apps in portrait mode. Apps that support portrait mode are marked as such.
Depends on the app but it can be touch, camera, sms, iBeacon, Twitter, Instagram...
Yes, most are. Some aren't. Menus, flyers, and voting apps can be changed with different text and images through the dashboard. Most of the games are not editable at the moment.
Standard image formats: JPG, PNG, PDF, and GIF. HD videos are supported through Youtube links (.MOV, .MPEG4, MP4, .AVI, .WMV, .MPEGPS, .FLV. 3GPP, WebM)
Landscape mode resolution is 1080px x 1920px. Portrait mode resolution is 1080px x 1920px.
Yes, there is a status light on the dashboard that tells if the screen is or isn't connected to the internet.
Yes, one dashboard can be configured to control multiple screens.
Yes, click the full screen button.
Yes, the system is architected so that each screen has to be uniquely identified. So each screen requires a device.
If the device looses power it will turn off. When power comes back, the device will automatically turn on and start playing content. You don't have to turn the device on or press any buttons.
It can't but many TVs have a sleep setting that will auto turn off at a certain time.
If the TV is 1080p the TV can be any physical size.
Any 1080p TV will work. 99% TVs bought within the past 2 years are 1080p TVs.
There is no limit to the number of slides, images, videos that you can upload.
Yes, all dashboard data and user responses can be viewed in the dashboard.
Yes, you can download all the data in .csv file format (Excel format) to your computer.
Yes, in the dashboard you can turn on and off a profranity filter for incoming text messages.
Yes, in the dashboard you can remove any content and it will be removed from the screen instantly.
In the upper right corner of the dashboard, there is a button to get a phone number.
Each screen has to be uniquely identified. So each screen needs its own phone number.
Phone numbers are assigned per screen. All apps that run on that screen will use the same phone number. The app that is currently running will get the incoming text messages sent to that number.
Yes, the background of the photo booth and the image sent to the user can be rebranded.
The photo booth only works with the Enterprise Edition hardware.
Free telephone and email support is included for everyone.
Yes, find it below.
Yes, please see the documentation here.
Yes, send an email with a description or wire-frame of what you'd like to email@example.com and we'll get back to you shortly.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do our best.