Flexible Device Support

Taqtile’s Manifest supports a broad set of devices to optimize usage for each person, location, and task. From leading edge AR-enabled head-mounted displays to the well-known and widely used iPad, teams have the flexibility to choose the best device to get the job done. 

Review device choices for AR-enabled work instructions here

Choose the right tool for the job

Manifest supports a broad set of device options.  Choose a device optimized for AR content creation and viewing or one that promotes hands-free usage with voice commands and gesture navigation. Or stick with a PC and browser to optimize for data entry, procedure documentation and configuration. 

Head-mounted displays

AR headsets or head-mounted displays such as Microsoft’s HoloLens and the Magic Leap offer leading edge technology, support for augmented reality, and good hands-free navigation. 

pbc linear employee using an augmented reality headset
man using augmented work instructions on an ipad


iPad provides an affordable and well-known device that often are already deployed. Decrease learning curves and leverage previous investments with this pragmatic choice. Learn more here about why iPad is an excellent choice for both creating and using Manifest AR-enabled work instructions.

Browsers and PCs

Don’t forget the workhorse combination of the browser and PC. It is hard to beat the utility of this combination for text entry, configuration, and on-going management of Manifest work instructions. 

man at a desk using manifest on a laptop

Product differentiations and key features

Manifest’s open APIs enable real-time and archived data to be shared with IT systems. Learn more