In preparing for my Mobile Enterprise Strategy Session in London, I put together two different mobile app support matrices. People want to see what works on what platform. None of this I’m calling Official. This is my experience and from my own testing. There may be bugs and you need to should also verify this yourself if you have any questions. If you disagree with anything please add in the comments so I can either update or you can make others aware.
If you want the full slides you can download them here: SharePoint 2013 Mobile Enterprise Strategy. Despite the fact that it says only says SharePoint on some of these images. This applies to SharePoint 2013 On Premises, Office Online, OneDrive, and Office 365. I’m sure MS would like to know what you use that is missing from apps they are targeting for your device.
Enjoy! Feel free to download this infographic “SharePoint 2013 Mobile App Platform Supportability Matrix” or share it on your own blog!
I love seeing all these boxes. Reminds me of a conversation with Noah Sparks in 2013. We asked… Will Microsoft ever check all the boxes? They checked all those… so I had to add more!
Here’s the extended Office 365 and SharePoint mobile platform and OS support matrix.
Download this image as a file: SharePoint 2013 Mobile OS and App Platform supportability Matrix
Microsoft doesn’t officially support Linux, and I’ve never seen anything officially called out about Kindles, but I do know there is an Ubuntu community that uses Office Online and OneDrive.
Download: Office 365 Mobile OS Platform Support Matrix
This is by far the most detailed and clean Matrix that I have gone through so far on share-point and office 365, now I have a fair idea on apps along with device support. I could refer to it for later use.
I tried using both the app and it works fine. So far the best Sharepoint App i have ever come across. kindly update with more details.