This section outlines the available Workspace ONE Web features by platform, reflecting the latest app versions available in play store.

Table 1. Workspace ONE Web Compatibility Matrix by Platform
Features iOS Android
Browsing Settings
Restrict Access to Only Allowed Sites
Restrict Access Based on Denied 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  
Data Loss Prevention    
Deactivate Cookies
Clear Cookies Upon Exit
Remember History
Clear Cookies and History if Idle for Predefined Period
"awb://" and "awbs://" Protocols Force Links to Open in Workspace ONE Web
Enable caching
WebRTC x x
Limit Access Based on Network Connection    
Limit Access if Roaming  
Limit Access if using Cellular Network
Limit Access Based on SSID
Second Factor Passcode
Single Sign On
SSL Encryption in Transit
AES 256-Bit Encryption at Rest
Web Interface
Document Support    
Display PDF Documents ✓***
Display MS Office Documents (PowerPoint, Word, Excel) ✓***
Display MAC Documents (Keypoint, Pages, Numbers) ✓***
Navigation and UI    
Predefined Bookmarks
Friendly Name for Bookmarks
Universal Bar for Search and Navigation
See Allowed Sites
Tabbed Browsing
Javascript Popup Support
Browse HTML-based Websites (HTML, PHP, etc.)
HTML5, CSS3 & JavaScript
AJAX Support
Request Desktop
Http/Https and Awb/Awbs Protocols
Ftp/Ftps Protocol  
Market:// (Google Play Store)  
Customizable Terms of Use

*Clears only history, not cookies

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

Workspace ONE Web for Andrid supports NTLM v1 and NTLM v2.

SDK Profiles, Policies, and Settings Compatibility

Workspace ONE UEM offers the ability to apply Workspace ONE UEM SDK functionality to Workspace ONE UEM applications using a default settings profile. The following matrix shows support for Workspace ONE Web built with the Workspace ONE UEM SDK.

Table 2.
UI Label Workspace ONE Web
Android iOS
Force Token For App Authentication: Enable
Passcode: Authentication Timeout
Passcode: Maximum Number Of Failed Attempts
Passcode: Passcode Mode Numeric
Passcode: Allow Simple Value
Passcode: Minimum Passcode Length
Passcode: Minimum Number Complex Characters
Passcode: Maximum Passcode Age
Passcode: Passcode History
Biometric Mode: Fingerprint

Username and Password: Authentication Timeout
Username and Password: Maximum Number of Failed Attempts
Single Sign On: Enable
Integrated Authentication: Enable Kerberos
Integrated Authentication: Use Enrollment Credentials
Integrated Authentication: Use Certificate
Offline Access: Enable x
Compromised Protection: Enable
App Tunnel:  Mode
App Tunnel:  URLs (Domains)
Content Filtering: Enable


Geofencing: Area

DLP: Bluetooth x x
DLP: Camera x x
DLP: Composing Email

DLP: Copy and Paste Out
DLP: Copy and Paste Into
DLP: Data Backup x x
DLP: Location Services x x
DLP:Printing x
DLP: Screenshot x
DLP: Third Party Keyboards x x
DLP: Watermark x x
DLP: Limit Documents to Open Only in Approved Apps
NAC: Enable
NAC: Cellular Connection
NAC: Wi-Fi Connection
Branding: Enable x
Branding: Toolbar Color x x
Branding: Toolbar Text Color x x
Branding: Primary Color x
Branding: Primary Text Color x
Branding: Secondary Color x x
Branding: Secondary Text Color x
Branding: Organization Name x
Branding: Background Image iPhone and iPhone Retina x x
Branding: Background Image iPhone 5 (Retina) x x
Branding: Background Image iPad and iPad (Retina) x x
Branding: Background Small, Medium, Large, and XLarge x x
Logging: Enable x

Logging: Logging Level x

Logging: Send Logs Over Wi-Fi x

Custom Settings: Enable x x
SDK App Compliance: Enable x x
Compromised Protection: Enable
Offline Access: Enable x