On October 4, 2023, Google is hosting a Made by Google event to unveil the next generation of Google Pixel devices along with updated wearables, plus some surprises. In the same event, it is expected that Google will announce the public release of Android 14 for Google Pixel devices.
Similar to my previous blog on iOS 17, Citrix Endpoint Management is ready to support Android 14 on Day 0. Our development team has been closely monitoring and testing the early access releases to ensure no major blockers were experienced for our Citrix Secure Hub client and Citrix mobile productivity apps – such as Citrix Secure Mail and Citrix Secure Web, as well as Citrix Endpoint Management cloud and on-premises.
Here are the client and server versions that officially support Android 14.
- Secure Hub 23.9.0 (GA: Live)
- Secure Mail 23.8.0 (GA: Live)
- Secure Web 23.8.0 (GA: Live)
- Citrix Files 23.8.0 (GA: Live)
- Citrix Endpoint Management 23.9.0 (Rollout started)
- Citrix XenMobile Server 10.15 Rolling Patch 4 (GA: Live)
*Please note that if you are running earlier supported versions of XenMobile Server (e.g. 10.14) and CEM 23.7.0, Android 14 will still work. We highly recommend updating all server components at the earliest opportunity for compatibility. CEM cloud release will be done automatically via canary rollout.
Of course, our Citrix MAM SDK is also ready to support Android 14!
The latest MAM SDK for Android (version: 23.7.0) is available on GitHub for your development team to prepare and integrate with your in-house mobile apps.
With our Day 0 support, IT administrators can now support corporate and BYO devices on Android 14, whether they are already enrolled or planning to be enrolled in Citrix Endpoint Management cloud or on-premises.
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