BETA Version Available:

   Desktop (Browser)

 

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<iframe frameborder="0" id="requests-app-iframe" scrolling="yes"
 src="https://contentglass.cloud/rhz/requests/prod/desktop.html"
 style="border:none;width:100%;height:750px"></iframe>


 

 

Supported Environment and Browsers

Requests is a web app, designed to run on modern updated browsers. Requests can be used directly from browser, or in the future as an app.  The information below shows current support and status.  

Windows

Chrome: supported

Opera: supported

Firefox: supported

Edge: supported (require more tests)

Other browsers: NOT TESTED.

Generally chromium based browsers, with an updated  chromium version should work. To test chromium version you can use https://chromiumchecker.com or open developer console (if you know how) and type:

navigator.userAgent

Then you will see something like: 

'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/95.0.4638.54 Safari/537.36 OPR/81.0.4196.37'

In this case: Chrome/95.0 is the actual version of chromium. However since chromium, is a platform for creating custom browsers, you may see that actual brand version is different. For example in this case above this is opera 81.

 

 

Android

Browsers

Chrome: supported, under testing

Opera touch: supported, under testing

Other: not tested yet

* we assume browser is updated

Android App:

Requests Content Glass

Status:  Experimental, internal version 1.1.3,  under testing. 

Download: Link to download can be found on download page. 

 

iOS

Browsers

Chrome: Currently NOT SUPPORTED

Safari: Currently NOT SUPPORTED,

a problem was detected with loading on user data. In progress. Problem was inspected with iPad and iPhone 8 iOS 14.6

App

Status: NOT IMPLEMENTED. Will be implemented in the future. 

 

 

Linux

Not tested yet.