Intune Managed Browser

Intune Managed Browser

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2015-03-19
  • Current Version: 1.2.22
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 25.20 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2
From 177 Ratings


Managed Browser The Intune Managed Browser app lets you safely view and navigate web pages that might contain company information, and provides a secure web-browsing experience for Microsoft Office and other apps managed by Microsoft Intune. This browser helps your IT administrator protect company information without restricting your regular web browsing or app experience. Features: Full compatibility with the Microsoft Office apps, protecting sensitive company data without impacting any of your personal information Enables you to open rights-restricted data in a more secure app Allows you to safely cut/copy/paste between apps managed with Microsoft Intune Helps you get to work faster by signing in once and getting access to all your SaaS apps using Microsoft MyApps Important: This app works best with your work account and a connection to your company’s subscription to Microsoft Intune. Some functionality is unavailable in certain countries. If you have issues with this software or questions about its use (including your company’s privacy policy), contact your IT administrator. Do not contact your network operator, the device manufacturer, or Microsoft for support.



  • I can’t rid my life of this stupid app

    By go away app!!!
    I don’t need this app and have deleted it from my phone but it constantly tries to update and I have to (multiple times a day) unallow the upgrade. The app isn’t even on my phone. How do I get rid of this??
  • Not updated for newer devices

    By HateLync
    Get on it
  • Try Edge..?

    By Us/Them
    @Endurancevm if IT is requiring this app, the Microsoft Edge Browser can be used an alternative in most, if not all cases. Get with your IT and ask why they haven’t updated their policies to use Edge.
  • Garbage

    By Endurancevm
    Why does this browser still exist? Why does everything corporate have to be so awfully bad (double negative there). From Blackberry work, to business laptops, to this abysmal excuse for a browser (hasn’t been updated in 7 months). It is depressing and debilitating to use the business tools at our disposal and it seems that company admins are either clueless or deliberately obtuse about alternatives.
  • Simply Awful

    By Rotten Clown
    Not happy that I am forced to use a particular browser app to open links from my company email, and especially not happy that the browser I am forced to use works with very few of the company sites.
  • Totally useless browser

    By BofA happy user
    The bad thing here is my company pushes to use it and it is not capable of opening corporate web addresses. Errors don't mean anything, nor it says who to contact. I wish I could use chrome with some securities applied.

    By tploftin
    This browser is basically non functional. The fact that the IT dept at my work thinks this is okay makes me trust them even less.
  • This was the best they could do?

    By JBaker-McBride
    We spend millions of dollars a year on Microsoft’s products and this spartan barebones browser that hasn’t been updated for current sizes of iOS devices was the best that could be done? Honestly, mobile safari from 2012 may have been a more capable browser.
  • MDM Intune - manage browser is a joke!

    By Mal is Malcolm
    MS kill this and switch to EDGE instead.... This browser won’t let you open urls that are on the outlook app. This is useless for sure!
  • Can’t even update this for larger iPhones?

    By EPman23
    This thing doesn’t even use up my full screen. Maybe we could make this compatible with modern phones?