Supported Platforms

While we strive to keep supporting the older versions of the Operating Systems and Web browsers, the SDKs and the web apps are fully compatible with the following platform versions.

Mobile OS

Bluedot supports current and previous 2 versions for the Bluedot SDK and Android and iOS operating systems. Operating System (OS) version supportBluedot strives to support past versions of the respective Apple and Android Operating System (OS) for as long as possible. However, given both Apple and Android release OS updates annually, along with new compatible devices, Bluedot must be responsive to their innovations. Currently, the Bluedot Point SDK supports the following OS:

  • Android OS Version – ICS 4.4 and above
  • iOS Version – iOS 10.0 and above

Bluedot aims to support (at least) the previous two major versions of the Operating Systems (OS). 

E.g if Apple’s current OS version is iOS 12, Point SDK will be compatible with iOS 10 and iOS 11.

Bluedot is also subject to releases and breaking-changes made by Apple and Android respectively.

SDK version support

Support is provided for the current and previous two major versions of the Bluedot Point SDK (SDK). 

E.g if the current iOS SDK is v1.14.0, Bluedot will maintain support and compatibility for iOS SDK v1.13.x and v1.12.x

Note: Bug fixes and patches are released on a regular basis. Any emergency patches to correct critical issues will be communicated to customers via email.

Bluedot recommends customers take the latest version of the SDK to access the latest features, performance enhancements and fixes. However, once a new version of the SDK has been released, it is the choice and the responsibility of the customer to actually integrate the SDK within their own app.

Browsers

  • Google Chrome Browser Version 56.0.2924 and above.
  • Firefox Browser Version 45.7 and above.
  • Safari Browser Version 10.0.3  and above.
  • Microsoft Edge Browser Version 38.14393 and above.
  • Internet Explorer Browser Version 11 and above.
Created by Bluedot DevOps on January 23, 2018

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