WAVEBOX | YOUR WORK BROWSER
Enjoy Faster SaaS Workflows.
Which SaaS User Are You? 🤔
Wavebox is Chromium browser for people who work everyday online with multiple SaaS tools, websites and services. Identify your SaaS characteristics below, then learn how using Wavebox can help you work better.
Core App User.
You use the same set of SaaS apps each day.
Wavebox brings all your apps together into one central interface. There are no browser tabs or desktop apps to deal with – both of which drain your computer’s resources. Sign-in once and you stay signed-in, and receive app notifications when there’s something new. Wavebox is faster for navigation, improves your workflow between apps, and if you have multiple accounts of the same type you can stay signed-in to all of them at the same time.
You have lots of disperate SaaS app workflows.
First create sidebar group for each workflow add related apps and websites to the top toolbar in each group. Then use pins to bookmark frequently used webpages in each app. Wavebox keeps everything signed-in correctly and sleeps inactive apps/groups to save resources. Bringing all your workflows together in one place will help you feel less stressed and achieve more.
You manage lots of apps for different customers/clients.
Wavebox provides a unified view of each client’s apps, whilst keeping everything correctly sandboxed at the same time. By grouping apps with the same sign-in, you can work across them easily without having to sign-in and out. Wavebox’s cookie profiles ensure that there is no leakage between your client’s apps e.g. Gmails, Office365, Microsoft Teams etc. Notifications across all your client’s apps – including a unified feed of new items per client group – makes it much easier to stay up-to-date. The overall result is a more streamlined workflow for each client, that helps to maintain context and get stuff done quicker.
You use lots of apps of the same type.
First create a sidebar group for each app type and add other apps of that type to the top toolbar in each group (using cookie profiles to isolate each app). Then use pins to bookmark frequently used webpages in each app. Using different cookie profiles keeps everything signed-in correctly, enabling you replace tedious tabbing and signing in-and-out with a focused workflow.
You use both work and home apps during the day.
First create a sidebar group for your work apps, and add related apps and websites to the top toolbar in that group. Then repeat for your home apps. Next use pins to bookmark frequently used webpages in each app. Using different cookie profiles for work and home will keep everything signed-in correctly. Replace tabbing and signing in-and-out with a single workspace that’s always up-to-date.