Supported browsers

The Adobe Target application and content delivery has been tested across a wide range of browsers and devices.

For more important information about TLS, see TLS (Transport Layer Security) Encryption Changes.

Target Standard/Premium interface

The Target interface supports the following browsers and devices:

Device Type Browser Version
Windows
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Google Chrome (latest, latest minus 1)
  • Mozilla Firefox (latest, latest minus 1)
Mac
  • Firefox (latest, latest minus 1)
  • Chrome (latest, latest minus 1)

Content delivery

Content delivery has been tested across the following browsers and devices:

Device Type Browser Version
Windows
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and 10. Tested in emulation mode.
    Note: Content delivery on IE 9 is no longer supported with at.js 1.3.0 (and later). Content delivery on IE 10, 11, and all older versions is no longer supported with at.js 2.5.0 (and later).
  • Internet Explorer 11
    Note: Content delivery on IE 10, 11, and all older versions is no longer supported with at.js 2.5.0 (and later).
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Chrome (latest, latest minus 1)
  • Firefox (latest, latest minus 1)
Mac
  • Apple Safari (Latest)
    Note: For more information about how Safari handles first- and third-party cookies, see Target Cookie.
  • Firefox (latest, latest minus 1)
  • Chrome (latest, latest minus 1)
Mobile/Tablet
  • Apple iOS (latest)
  • Android devices and tablets (Android 4 and later)
  • Microsoft Surface (Windows 8.1)

Note the following:

  • For at.js implementations, Target displays default content in earlier versions of Internet Explorer and possibly in earlier versions of the above-listed browsers.
  • Internet Explorer treats all unknown elements (such as custom elements) as the same element type. As a result, delivery does not work with custom elements.
  • Target displays default content in browsers not listed above and in browsers using quirks mode. at.js requires a doctype that renders in standard mode, for example: <!DOCTYPE html> .
  • Adobe Delivery infrastructure is being secured to NOT support TLS 1.0 devices and browsers after September 12, 2018. See TLS (Transport Layer Security) Encryption Changes to understand the overall impact of this change.

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