ArcGIS for Windows Phone is designed for exploring and working with maps using the Map Hub. These maps are hosted in an online GIS, such as ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS. Before you can find maps that are part of an online geographic information system (GIS), you must connect to it, and sign in if the content has limited access. You can also pin connections to Start for easier access, and remove them once you are done using them. See the following for details:
Once you are connected to your online GIS, you can find and explore maps in a number of ways. See the following for details:
While ArcGIS for Windows Phone focuses on content from an online GIS, maps that are hosted on a mobile content server, which is a part of ArcGIS Server, can also be used in the app. However, maps hosted there are only available by browsing the folders of content. They do not have a search or a gallery experience. Due to the limited capabilities for browsing and finding maps on a mobile content server, they are documented separately from the online GIS systems.
See the following topics to find maps from a mobile content server: