It is important for us that Learnifier provides an excellent experience for our users. That means that we strive to support users on all common operating systems and devices.
However as Internet is constantly evolving we need to specify requirements so that we can make sure that the user gets a well functioning, easy to use, good looking and secure experience. Our Browser compatibility list reflects how the respective vendors support their software, so older versions are not recommended to use, neither for Learnifier or any web sites at all if you want the best experience. We try to support all common browsers out there. We also try to follow standards as much as possible so that Learnifier can be used on as many devices and browsers as possible.
My browser isn't listed, what does that mean that it is unsupported?
To run an unsupported browser means that your experience might not be the best. The experience might not look very good visually. Also some things might only partially work or may not work at all. If you contact our support and you are running an unsupported version we might be unable to give you any good help as our support team specializes in the supported versions.
If you are running an old device or operating system we recommend you to either download Chrome or Firefox as they are usually better at supporting more platforms than the actual vendor do. We do however recommend you to consider upgrading your device to a newer one to get a better overall internet experience.
We are supporting the following browsers
|Google Chrome||The 4 latest versions|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer||version 11|
|Microsoft Edge||The latest 2 versions (17 and 18)|
|Mozilla Firefox||The latest 4 versions and the latest ESR (extended support release) version (version 60)|
|Apple Safari||12.1 or newer on OS X|
|Apple Mobile Safari||12.x or newer (included in iOS 12)|
We reserve the right to change this list at any time.
We require minimum stable download speeds of 500 kilobits per second or faster in order to view our lowest quality, SD 240p. Since bandwidth tends to fluctuate for a number of unforeseen variables, we always recommend you use a dedicated Internet line of 5 megabits per second or faster to stream and download high quality videos on the Internet.