+++ title = "Using the Cabin Mobile App" description = "You can use the Cabin mobile app to access and control your Kubernetes cluster." date = "2016-11-22" type = "page" weight = 100 tags = ["tutorial"] +++
Using the Cabin Mobile App
All you need is your API Endpoint
and an access token. You can get your default service account token by running (the last part of the pod name should be different in your case):
$ kubectl get secrets NAME TYPE DATA AGE default-token-76jq5 kubernetes.io/service-account-token 3 2d $ kubectl describe secret default-token-76jq5
Note: The token is quite long so you might want to use some relatively safe way to copy or send it to your phone digitally.
Once you have entered these into the respective fields in Cabin you should be able to access and control your cluster from the app.