- Chrome latest
- Firefox latest
- Internet Explorer 8+
- Safari 7+
Quirks Mode is not supported for any version of IE. See our best practices to learn more.
On June 26, 2018, Braintree ended support for both server-side API requests and client requests via TLS 1.0 and 1.1. Internet Explorer 9 and 10 do not use TLS 1.2 by default. Now that client-side support for older TLS versions has been dropped, this SDK will only work in those IE versions if customers have explicitly enabled TLS 1.2 in their IE settings.
- Safari 8+
- Chrome (iOS 8+)
- Native browser 4.2+
While the JS v2 SDK will work in other browsers, these represent the platforms against which we actively test. If you have problems with a specific browser or device, contact us.
For the most part, webviews on iOS and Android are supported; however, we do not support Chrome for iOS before iOS 8.
Additionally, there are a few known issues with PayPal and webviews in our JS v2 SDK:
- PayPal is not supported in webviews on Android versions lower than 4.4.
- iOS has trouble scrolling the PayPal checkout in both
In general, PayPal best practices discourage the use of webviews in order to ensure the applications you develop are secure and optimized for the best possible user experience. Webviews do not offer these benefits – customers can't see a URL bar to verify that the login is legitimate.
For this reason, we do not intend to fix the known issues above. Instead, we recommend that you use an appropriate Braintree SDK to manage the PayPal experience or launch the PayPal web page within the system browser or an approved browser-view mechanism, such as Safari View Controller on iOS or Chrome Custom Tabs on Android.
The Braintree JS v2 SDK is neither tested nor developed for hybrid runtimes such as Cordova, PhoneGap, Ionic, React Native, Electron, and Adobe AIR. While some success may be had in such environments, our SDK is optimized for the browser and its security policies and may not function correctly outside of them.