Recommended browsers - Desktop
Univid is a completely web-based application, which means that neither you as a host nor your participants will ever need to download any software on your computer or mobile phone. However, web-based applications require a fairly up-to-date browser, and in order to be able to use all the functionality when it comes to real-time video calling, it is important to have a browser that is compatible with this modern technology. The recommended browsers are as follows, updated to the last version:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
The same goes for standard meeting tools such as Teams, Zoom or Meet when running directly in the browser. Over time, all browsers will be supported, as they are constantly updated for modern uses such as communicating via video calls directly in the browser.
Note that other independent browsers that accept webRTC technology might be compatible. Safari is not fully compatible for video on desktop. Explorer/Edge is not compatible on desktop.
Team Univid highly recommends running a desktop browser for the best and smoothest experience across the Univid platform.
Recommended browsers - mobile devices
Events on Univid can be accessed by Participants and have some limited compatibility for Presenters with Mobile devices (phones and tablets) on the following browsers:
- Google Chrome
If a participant does not have one of the recommended browsers above
We can not guarantee full functionality and a full experience if an unsupported browser is used. The participant will get an automatic popup where it is recommended to switch to one of the supported browsers.