All current browsers supported by our client-side SDKs.
|Google Chrome *||Current version on both Windows and Mac.||Current version on Android and Google Chrome for IOS.|
|Internet Explorer **||Version 11 on Windows.||Latest version on Windows Mobile.|
|Microsoft Edge **||From Version 10.||Windows Phone 10.|
|Mozilla FireFox *||Current version on both Windows and Mac.||Current version on iOS.|
|Safari ***||Versions 6 through 10 on Mac.||Versions 6 through 10 on iOS.|
|Android Browser||Not applicable.|
From API version 10 on Android (Gingerbread 2.3.3)*.
* Excluding Android 4.0-4.3 native browser
* Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are evergreen browsers that are automatically updated to the latest stable version.
** Due to issues in Internet Explorer, the user must have Flash enabled to perform social network login using these versions of the browser.
*** Safari based browsers commonly do not accept third-party cookies and require the use of setSSOToken (even outside of an SSO group) during the login flow. Safari v9.0.2 and above on Mac OSX El Capitan /Yosemite and iOS 9.2 will not maintain a sessionExpiration other than 0, as 3rd party cookies are deleted when the browser is closed. Gigya only supports Safari browsers that have the option to accept 3rd party cookies from visited sites enabled by selecting Allow from websites I visit in the browser's Privacy settings.
When a browser has 3rd party cookies blocked, Gigya services may not function properly. Therefore, it is necessary to implement an API domain prefix in all cases.
All browsers must have cookies enabled for Gigya services to function properly. In order to avoid any third-party cookie compatibility issues, you must define a domain alias (CNAME) for Gigya's API calls to pass through (API domain prefix). This is also useful as some providers require callbacks to be sent to a domain on the client website. See Blocked Third-Party Cookies for more information.
See also Defining a Session Expiration Cookie.
Browsers That Support Gigya SSO / SAML
|Firefox||Allow from websites I visit|||
|Internet Explorer 11||Always Allow|||
|Safari 6||Always Allow||Not Tested|
|Safari 6||Allow from websites I visit||Not Tested|
|Safari 7||Always Allow|||
|Safari 9||Always Allow|||
|Safari 9||Allow from websites I visit|||
|Safari 10||Always Allow|||
|Safari on iOS 7||Always Allow|||
|Safari on iOS 8**||Always Allow|||
|Safari on iOS 8||Allow from websites I visit|||
|Safari on iOS 9||Always Allow|||
|Safari on iOS 9||Allow from websites I visit|||
|Safari on iOS 10||Always Allow|||
|Safari on iOS 10||Allow from websites I visit|||
|Android Native Browser (except Android 4.4***)||Always Allow|||
* Users are not shown as Logged In when using Firefox on Microsoft Windows.
** Only using Site accounts, login via social networks is not supported using Safari on iOS 8.
*** SSO is not supported using Android Native Browser for Android 4.4.
SSO is not supported in browsers configured to block 3rd Party Cookies from All sites.
SSO is not supported when a browser is using Incognito/Private browsing mode.