Duo Mobile v4 will be generally available in Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Changes on Duo Mobile 4.0.0
|Changes||Duo Mobile v3.x (current version)||Duo Mobile 4.0.0 (coming version)|
|User Interface of account list||
|User Interface of Duo Push Request||
|User Interface & Question for “Denied” Duo Push||
|Workflow for adding account|| > > >
| > > >
Apart from the above changes, below items working in current Duo Mobile v3.x remains unchanged:
Prerequisites / Supported device for Duo Mobile 4.0.0
|Prerequisites / Supported device OS version||Android 8 or above||iOS 13 or above|
|Unsupported devices||Not supported for use on ChromeOS or Huawei.
Not official supported for non-standard custom Android distributions like OnePlus, Oppo, etc.
Notes for Updating to Duo Mobile 4.0.0
If users installed current Duo Mobile v3.x on their mobile device, and have automatic app updates enabled on their device, their Duo Mobile app would be upgraded automatically. Alternatively, users can also update their Duo Mobile app manually.
In-place update is recommended, i.e. update the Duo Mobile app on your mobile device without removing the previous installed version first. All your Duo accounts and third-party accounts will be automatically presented in Duo Mobile app after the update.
If you remove the previous installed Duo Mobile app and install the new version again, you will need to “Reconnect” all the accounts manually.
Comparison and other reference information for Android and iOS devices
|Duo Mobile v3.x (current version)||Duo Mobile v4 (new version)||Duo Mobile v3.x (current version)||Duo Mobile v4 (new version)|
|Supported Device OS version||Android 8.0 and greater||iOS 12.0 and greater||iOS 13|
|Older OS support||For Android 7,
||For iOS 11,
|Older Duo Mobile support||
|Unsupported devices||Not officially supported for use on Huawei Android devices||Not supported for use on ChromeOS or Huawei|
|Not official supported for non-standard custom Android distributions like OnePlus, Oppo, etc. However, Duo Mobile activation may be possible.|
Published on 27 Sep 2021
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