Chameleon does support the mobile web: Chameleon Experiences are responsive and will adjust as elements on your page move based on the browser size.
However, by default, Chameleon Experiences are turned off for browser width < 720px to allow you to intentionally opt-in to showing experiences on mobile devices to your users.
We find that, in most cases, our customers design Experiences for a web experience, but if you'd like your Experiences to be displayed on browsers < 720 px, feel free to email us and we'll enable this for you.
Note: Upon enabling mobile Experiences, all your Experiences will be displayed on all devices and you will need to specify which device type you want to target through a segmentation property.
Targeting mobile devices
Once you have the ability to display Chameleon Experiences on mobile (as per the above) you can decide whether an Experience displays specifically to a mobile or desktop device.
To do this, use the Device type filter within Default properties as per below:
Note: Mobile devices are identified based on whether the browser used is a mobile browser. This will be the case for all handheld mobile devices, iPads, and other such devices. Reducing the width of a browser on desktop will NOT classify it as a mobile browser.
iOS and Android apps
At this stage, Chameleon does not support native mobile applications. However, you can still send usage data from your mobile apps to Chameleon, to allow you to target web users based on their mobile activity.