Quobis Collaborator is designed to run smoothly on most of the actual common devices noways. Also the web client is tested with the most common browsers, but it is required to set some boundaries.
Hardware minimum requirements.
The number of processors is the most relevant constraint, Google does not recommend less that 4 to run Chrome, so we consider this as a minimal requirement. There are coding/decoding and rendering tasks which need to be performed in real time. The amount of the RAM will depend on the number of open tabs or other external tasks being executed. Firefox also recomendends a minimum of 4 processors and 2GB of RAM for 64-bit systems. We would never recommend less than 4GB for an average user which is going to use more applications, not only the browser or Web Collaborator desktop application
Find on the following table the current limitations and tested enviroments.
Other specific browsers, like android built-in browsers, are supported partially implementing WSS connections between peers. Limited functionality is expected.
In order to make audio calls, you’ll need to have a microphone installed with the appropriate device drivers.
In order to make video calls, you’ll need also a webcam.
In order to support screensharing on Chrome, you require to install a plugin that will be offered by the application.