Alarm.com Supported Web BrowsersPosted By Michael Goris
Today, we're taking a look at the web browsers you can use with Alarm.com. The short and easy answer is that you should use the latest version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, or Microsoft Edge to access the Alarm.com website. Just remember to update your browser regularly.
By accessing the Alarm.com website and logging into your Alarm.com account, you can control nearly all aspects of your Alarm.com Security System. You can arm and disarm your system, bypass sensors, control your Z-Wave home automation devices, view the live feed for your Alarm.com Security Cameras, and more. It's a great resource to have in conjunction with the Alarm.com Mobile App.
Using a recommended web browser will ensure that you have the best possible end-user experience as you navigate the Alarm.com interface and control your security system. As a general rule, Alarm.com just recommends using the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge. Alarm.com also lists support for Chromium.
Alarm.com states that legacy web browsers are also usually supported, but there are exceptions. Internet Explorer, Edge Legacy, and Apple Safari Version 10 and lower are no longer supported by Alarm.com. Attempting to use one of those browsers may cause the website to not function as intended.
In addition, Alarm.com listed the following supported device software versions for the mobile app:
- iPhone with iOS version 12.0+
- iPad with iOS version 12.0+
- iPod Touch with iOS version 12.0+
- Apple Watch with watchOS 5.0+
- Apple TV with tvOS 11.0 or later
- Android Phone with OS version 5.0+
- Android Tablet with OS version 5.0+
- Amazon FireTV with Fire OS 5.0+
Do you have any thoughts or questions about Alarm.com? Share them down below in the comments section. We hope that this information is helpful in ensuring that you can easily and reliably access Alarm.com to control your alarm system. The website is a great resource to have for readily accessing the service. Stay tuned to our blog for more news and tips for getting the most out of your system coming soon!