What devices and OS versions are supported?
We support the Windows platforms below that still receive Microsoft's security updates. ARM-based devices are not supported.
- Windows 11 (Except S)
- Windows 10 (Except RT & S) *
- Windows Server 2019 *
- Windows Server 2016 *
* 32-bit operating systems are not supported.
Not supported: Windows phones and prior editions of Windows operating systems are no longer supported, but the software may still work on these versions. Proceed at your discretion.
We support Intel-based Macs and M1-based Macs (using Rosetta) that still receive Apple's security updates.
Our iOS app is optimized for iOS 15 and newer, but we support the following Apple iOS devices below running iOS 13.5 and newer.
- iPod Touch
We support the Android platforms that still receive security updates and are supported by Google Android.
- Devices running Android 10* and greater**
*Devices running Android 4.1 and higher have been known to work without issue, yet please note that the introductory statement is still true. We can only support the Android platforms which still receive security updates and are supported by Google Android.
**Phone and tablet devices are supported. Android TV and other variations may not be compatible.
We support the Amazon Kindle platforms below that still receive Amazon's security updates.
- Kindle Fire
- Kindle Fire HD
- Fire Phone
Requires Fire OS 4 or greater
Chrome and Chrome OS
We support the Google Chrome OS platforms below that still receive security updates.
This browser extension is primarily designed for Chromebook and monitors all activity within Google Chrome. This extension is not necessary if you're using Mac, Windows, or Linux. We instead recommend using the versions specifically designed for those products.
We work hard to maintain compatibility with all major Linux versions and releases. Yet, due to the massive number of builds, variants, and user modifications within various Linux distributions, we cannot guarantee universal compatibility with every Linux version, release, and modification. It simply isn't possible.
While that disclaimer may sound ominous, thankfully, it's rarely a concern due to excellent cross-distribution compatibility. As our developers and customers discover reproducible anomalies with specific Linux distributions running Accountable2You, we document those findings and workarounds here.