Supported browsers and devices

Our goal is to make Checkin as easy as possible to for people to join 1-on-1 video chats. We do this thanks to WebRTC, which has been built-in to most modern browsers. 

However, because this is a relatively new web technology, some browsers don't have full support for it yet. To use Checkin, your browser needs to support WebRTC (see below for a list of supported browsers).

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 MacOS, Linux, or Windows, we've got you covered as long as you can run an up-to-date and supported browser!\

Operating Systems

Because Checkin is entirely browser-based, it's 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 10.11 and later
  • Linux: Any x64 based system


Full Browser Support

Any browser that has built-in support for WebRTC should be able to use Checkin without issues. All of the below browsers have full support for WebRTC and will deliver the best experience when using Checkin.

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.

Mobile Devices 

iOS Devices

Users can access Checkin via the Safari browser on iOS version 13.1 or later. Chrome on iOS is also supported in iOS 14.5 or later.

Android Devices

On Android devices, for the most seamless experience, we recommend using the latest version of Google Chrome.

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