You can access Common Data Service or Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (on-premises) data from mobile devices in different ways. You can install and use the Dynamics 365 for phones and tablets mobile app on your iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices, or you can use your tablet’s web browser to run the model-driven apps as long as your device has sufficiently high screen resolution.
Supported devices for the mobile app
|iOS||11.4.1 or later||1 GB (2 GB recommended)|
|Android||6.0.1 or later||2 GB (3 GB recommended)|
|Windows||10||2 GB (4 GB recommended)|
Install the app
To install the app see, Install the app from your device’s app store.
Supported tablets to run model-driven apps in your web browser
For full functionality and optimized experience, we strongly recommend that you use the Dynamics 365 for phones and tablets mobile app. If you don't have the Dynamics 365 for phones and tablets app installed, you can still use the web browser on your tablet to run the model-driven apps.
Using the web browser on your phone to run your model-driven apps isn't supported; you must use the Dynamics 365 for phones app.
Supported tablets to use the web browser
|Platform||Versions||Minimum Resolution or Screen Size|
|Apple iPad||iOS 11.4.1 or later||9-inch screen (diagonal) or larger or iPad Mini with 7.9 inch screen|
|Android tablet||6.0.1 or later||1366 x 768 resolution (720p)|
|Windows tablet or PC||10||1366 x 768 resolution (720p)|
Model-driven apps running on a web browser on an iOS or Android tablet provides a similar experience to using it with a web browser on your desktop or laptop computer. However, some features are not available on the mobile app or mobile web browser, including:
Pinch and zoom
Skype for Business presence
Entities that use classic forms such as Goal and Order Product see, Entities using classic forms.
For more information about web browser support, see Web application requirements for Microsoft Dynamics 365 apps.
Supported languages for Dynamics 365 for phones and Dynamics 365 for tablets
When the application first loads after installation, it will determine the device language and load the user interface in that language. Once you sign in and launched an app, the language will be selected based on your personal options or the base language in Common Data Service or Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (on-premises). If a language is not supported, the user experience will be shown in English.
Dynamics 365 for phones and Dynamics 365 for tablets support the following languages:
Basque (Basque) - 1069
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) - 1026
Catalan (Catalan) - 1027
Chinese (Hong Kong S.A.R.) - 3076
Chinese (People's Republic of China) - 2052
Chinese (Simplified) - 2052
Chinese (Taiwan) - 1028
Chinese (Traditional) - 1028
Croatian (Croatia) - 1050
Czech (Czech Republic) - 1029
Danish - 1030
Dutch - 1043
English - 1033
Estonian - 1061
Finnish - 1035
French - 1036
German - 1031
Greek - 30
Hindi (India) - 91
Hungarian - 36
Indonesian - 62
Italian - 1040
Japanese - 1041
Kazakh - 705
Korean - 82
Latvian - 371
Lithuanian - 370
Norwegian - 47
Polish - 48
Portuguese (Brazil) - 55
Portuguese (Portugal) - 2070
Romanian - 40
Russian - 7
Slovak - 421
Slovenian - 386
Spanish - 3082
Swedish - 46
Thai - 66
Turkish - 90
Ukrainian - 380
Deprecated and unsupported platforms
On December 1, 2019, the mobile app will no longer support iOS 10, Android 4.4, and Android 5. The minimum Android version will be 6.0.1 and the minimum iOS version will be 11.4.1.
As of December 3, 2018, Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Blackberry App is deprecated and will be removed from the iOS App Store on October 31, 2019. For more information, Dynamics 365 for Blackberry is deprecated .
On February 21, 2018, we announced the deprecation of the Windows Phone app for Dynamics 365 apps. Effective May 22, 2018, the Windows phone app is no longer supported for model-driven apps in Dynamics 365.