Static Pages

Many apps have the need to include extra content pages like Instructions, FAQs or Privacy Policies. Sometimes this content can change often and does not easily lend itself to the normal release cycle of a mobile app.

User Hook allows developers to predefine static web pages in the User Hook admin page and then display those pages inside the app. The static pages are created using a WYSIWYG editor and then displayed as embedded webviews inside the app.

This allows developers to easily change content on the pages without having to release a new app update.

Some examples of how to use static pages include:


As people use your app and you get feedback, you may notice some areas of the app that are not clear. Through the User Hook admin page, you can continually update the FAQ static page with new question and answers.

Privacy Policy

A good practice is to include a privacy policy link inside your app. Often, this privacy policy is linked to a hosted web page on your server. Hosting your Privacy Policy as a static page in User Hook takes out the step of having to have a web server just to host your privacy policy.


Writing instructions for apps is always one of the last steps in the development process. By that time, you are tired and just want to launch. This means your instructions for the app can often be sparse. Using a static page for your instructions means you can refine the documentation over time and continually fix those misspellings that always find there way into the release.