Supported Devices and Browsers

Supported Devices and Browsers

Check out if your device or browser is compatible with MAD-learn.

Operating System

  • Windows 
    • Version 7
    • Version 8.1
    • Version 10 
  • Macintosh
    • Version 10.11 
    • Version 10.10
    • Version 10.12
    • Version 10.9
  • Chrome OS
    • Version x86_64
  • iOS
    • Version 10.2.1
    • Version 10.2
    • Version 10.1.1


  • Chrome (Windows, Macintosh, and Chromebook only)
  • Safari (Macintosh and IOS only)
  • Firefox (Windows only)

Screen resolution:

  • 1920x1080 to 768x1024 

Devices :

 All desktops, laptops, and iPADs meeting above-given conditions.

If your Operating system or Resolution isn't listed, it may be newly released, or it may not be compatible with MAD-learn. If you need more information on whether your device support MAD-learn, contact the MAD-learn success team (mail to

On using the MAD-learn application on any of the non-supported OS or resolution, it may lead to unexpected behavior and issues within the application. Some of the known issues are listed below:

Known Issues:

  • Mind Map or App list won't show up when viewing on IE or Microsoft edge browser
  • UI may be broken when viewed on devices with non-supported resolution

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