This section outlines the available VMware Browser features by platform, reflecting the app versions available as of MMMM yyyy.

VMware Browser Compatibility Matrix by Platform

Features iOS Android Windows

Desktop
Windows

Phone
Browsing Settings
Restrict Access to Only Whitelisted Sites  
Restrict Access Based on Blacklisted Sites
IP Browsing
Set Default Home Page URL with Support for Lookup Values
Kiosk Mode
Return Home after Configurable Inactivity Period
Clear Cookies and History with Home    
Security Wi-Fi/Roaming Restrictions    
Multiple Tabs Support      
Security
Data Loss Prevention        
Disable Cookies    
Enable/Disable Cookie Encryption      
Clear Cookies Upon Exit  
Remember History
Clear Cookies and History if Idle for Predefined Period ✓*
"awb://" and "awbs://" Protocols Force Links to Open in VMware Browser
Enable caching    
Limit Access Based on Network Connection        
Limit Access if Roaming      
Limit Access if using Cellular Network    
Limit Access Based on SSID    
Authentication
Basic
AD/LDAP    
Second Factor Passcode    
Single Sign On    
Biometrics    
Encryption
SSL Encryption in Transit
AES 256-Bit Encryption at Rest
Browser Interface
Document Support        
Display PDF Documents ✓***  
Display MS Office Documents (PowerPoint, Word, Excel) ✓***  
Display MAC Documents (Keypoint, Pages, Numbers) ✓***    
Navigation and UI        
History
Bookmarks
Predefined Bookmarks
Friendly Name for Bookmarks    
Universal Bar for Search and Navigation
See Allowed Sites (when whitelisting is enabled)
Tabbed Browsing
Javascript Popup Support
Browse HTML-based Websites (HTML, PHP, etc.)
HTML5, CSS3 & JavaScript
AJAX Support
W3C DOM
Request Desktop    
Protocols        
Http/Https and Awb/Awbs Protocols
Ftp/Ftps Protocol      
Market:// (Google Play Store)      
General
Customizable Terms of Use  
NTLM ✓**    

*Clears only history, not cookies

**Due to platform limitations, Android Browser only supports NTLM v1.

***VMware Browser for Android uses VMware Content Locker to display PDF and MS Office documents. VMware Content Locker does not support MAC documents, hence other third party apps must be used to display MAC documents.