|Mac OS X|
iOS and Safari are "listen only" because Safari does not support the Real-time Communication standard and 3rd-party iOS browsers must use a limited version of Apple's browser engine.
Safari users will hear the audio presentation, but will be unable to see webcam video or to transmit. Mac OS X users may run Chrome or Firefox instead of Safari, however, iOS users must use Safari.
Please Give Apple your feedback:I would like to use my iOS device to attend a web meeting that requires WebRTC support. Unfortunately, Safari does not support WebRTC and your restrictions on 3rd party iOS browsers prevent Chrome and Firefox from supporting it as well. Please add WebRTC support to Safari and lift the restrictions on 3rd party iOS web browsers.
The Kindle Fire HDX runs Android, has a webcam and microphone, and works with iVocalize once a compatible browser has been installed. Other Kindle Fire models without a webcam and microphone can operate in listen-only mode.
- Under Settings -> Applications, set Apps from Unknown Sources to On.
- Use the Silk browser to visit the Firefox mobile download site
- Click on fennec-XX.multi.android.arm-armv6.apk to download Firefox version XX
- Click the Silk menu icon on the top left corner, then select Downloads.
- In Downloads, click fennec-XX.multi.android.arm-armv6.apk to install.
- Under Settings -> Applications, set Apps from Unknown Sources to Off.
- Repeat these steps to update Firefox.
IE does not support the WebRTC standard, therefore, plugin-free conferencing is not currently possible for Internet Explorer. Windows users should run either Chrome or Firefox.
Give Microsoft your feedback.