Since the HoneyBook mobile app is intended to be a supplemental to the desktop experience, and our features have varying degrees of complexity, not all features will be available on the iOS or Android apps. Here are the supported file types for each app.


iOS: Available file types


Android: Available file types


You can also send non-HoneyBook files (PDFs, images, etc.) as attachments, both in standalone emails or in addition to a HoneyBook file that you're sending.

We're always looking to expand HoneyBook's functionality—both on desktop and mobile!—so we're hoping to allow for mobile creation of / access to additional file types in the future. In the meantime, you can always create new files through HoneyBook on desktop!



 



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