Aloware System Requirements

Aloware: 1 mbps net, works with Chrome/Firefox, iOS 11+/Android 5.0+, better on 8GB RAM, dual-core, with mic/headset.

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Aloware System Requirements

Aloware is a cloud-based contact center that is set up using web, desktop, and mobile in 3 minutes without the need to install any hardware.

We want every Aloware user to have a seamless VoIP experience. We have developed basic guidelines to adhere to when using the Aloware app to guarantee the best level of service that we intend to provide.

  1. Internet Speed

    Aloware requires a stable and high-speed internet connection with a minimum of 1 mbps upload and download speed. For the best results, go wired. Check your internet speed.

    Check this guide on Troubleshooting and Testing Internet Network Bandwidth Requirements if you're experiencing issues.

  2. Web browser

    Aloware is a web-based platform that can be accessed through a web browser. We recommend using the latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox for the best results.

    1. Web App-Supported Browsers for Windows and macOS:

    2. Desktop App supports

      • Windows 32 & 64-bit computers (download)

    3. Mobile App supports

      • iPhones (download)

      • Android Phones (download)

      • Tablets (Tablets running Windows can only download the Android app; however, formatting isn’t optimized for tablet use)

  3. Devices

    Aloware can be accessed through a desktop computer or a mobile device. We recommend using a computer with at least 8GB of RAM and a dual processor. For mobile devices, Aloware is compatible with iOS 11 and above or Android 5.0 and above.

  4. Microphone and Speaker

    Aloware requires a microphone and speaker for making and receiving calls. A headset with a built-in microphone is recommended for better call quality and noise reduction.

Meeting these requirements can help you ensure a seamless experience with Aloware and get the most out of the software's features.

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