Desktop & Laptop Computers
The great thing about being entirely browser-based is that we're able to support any operating system that's capable of running one of our supported browsers. Whether it's a Unix based system like MacOS or Linux, or a DOS-based system like Windows, we've got you covered as long as you can run an up-to-date & supported browser!
Operating System Minimum Requirements
It is important that you can run the most recent version of our supported browsers. Below are the oldest operating systems that we can provide support for:
- Windows: Windows 7 and later
- Mac: macOS 10.10 and later
- Linux: Any x64 based system
- iOS Devices:
- Using Safari: iOS 13 and later
- Using Native iOS App: iOS 11 and later
- Android: Version 4.4 and later
Full Browser Support
Any browser that has built-in support for WebRTC should be able to use the Virtual Meeting Room without issues. All of the below browsers have full support for WebRTC, and will deliver the best experience when using the Virtual Meeting Room.
We support the two latest versions of all of these browsers, so if you're experiencing problems, try updating your browser (typically you can update your browser under Settings>About). As we roll out support for more browsers, we'll be sure to update this article.
Partial Browser Support
Safari and Microsoft Edge are currently in the experimental stage of development and have limited support. WebRTC support was only recently released in both systems, and our team is working hard to thoroughly test these browsers before we roll out general support for all feature sets of the Virtual Meeting Room.
Apple added support for WebRTC with version 11 of Safari, so you'll need to make sure that your computer is able to run Safari 11 (although ideally, you'll want to be on the latest build of Safari). Safari is updated along with your Mac's operating system, so if you need to update Safari you'll also need to update your operating system.
At the moment Safari supports most of our features, but a few features like Recording are not currently supported.
Joining rooms with a Microsoft Edge browser is possible, but certain features of the Virtual Meeting Room may not work. We only support the Chromium-based version of Edge, and you can find more information on that in our browser troubleshooting article.
iOS devices can also join rooms in the Safari browser.
On Android devices, you can use the Chrome browser to go directly to any Virtual Meeting Room. Simply type the Room URL into your browser, and you'll join the meeting directly in the browser!