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If you want to keep track of your data while you're on the move, you can use one of Power BI's mobile applications for iOS, Android, and Windows devices.

When using the Power BI app, first log in to your account using your Power BI service account information. On a Windows mobile device (in this case a tablet), the sign in looks like the following.

The first screen that you'll see displays all of the content to which you have access, including reports, dashboards, and groups. There are also sample dashboards you can use to get inspired, or just to see Power BI's capabilities. The app is designed to be touch-friendly: tap on a dashboard or report to view it full-screen and scroll through them using your finger.

You can open any of the dashboards by tapping on them. Within a dashboard, you can tap on a dashboard tile to focus on it in a larger view.

You can also annotate any insights that you discover by tapping the Annotate button in the top right corner. This allows you to draw on a focused tile to highlight particular areas of interest. The annotation tools are found along the bottom of the screen.

Share your annotated tile by tapping the Share link in the top right-hand corner.

Tap the Report link in the top right-hand corner to view the underlying report for a tile. This will display the exact same visualizations that you would see in a web browser or in Power BI Desktop, and also include the ability to interact with the report by tapping on bars, drilling down, or using slicers.

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