Zoom System Requirements: iOS, iPadOS, and Android

Are you wondering what the system requirements are for using Zoom on your iOS, iPadOS, or Android device? If so, then you’ve come to the right place!

In this blog post, we’ll discuss all of the necessary information that you need to know about using Zoom with these three operating systems. We will also provide a list of compatible devices and which versions of each OS are supported.

So if you want to make sure that your device is capable of running Zoom successfully, read on!

System Requirements of Using Zoom on iOS, iPadOS, and Android

You’ll be glad to know that Zoom is compatible with a wide range of devices. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the system requirements may vary depending on which operating system you are using. Here is a list of the devices and operating systems that Zoom supports:


You need only a compatible device with an Internet connection – WiFi (a/g/n/ac) or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE). (Optional) Bluetooth wireless speakers and microphone are also recommended for better audio performance.

Supported Operating Systems


– 11.0 and later

– iPadOS 13.1 and later


– 5.0 (Lollipop) and later

Compatible Devices

iOS devices: iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running the latest software update from Apple

Android devices: Mobile phone or tablet with Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or later

If your device is not listed above, it may still be compatible with Zoom. However, we cannot guarantee that all features will work properly on unsupported devices.

Supported Browsers For Web Start


– Safari 11.1 and later


– Chrome 57 and later

Supported Web Browsers For Mobile App


– Safari 11.0 and later


– Chrome 57 and later

Processor Requirement

iOS & iPadOS:

– A9 processor and later


– Snapdragon 845 processor and later

Memory Requirement

iOS, iPadOS, Android: 2GB RAM or greater.

Bandwidth Recommendations

The recommended minimum bandwidth for optimal performance is 1.5 Mbps download and 1.2 Mbps upload speeds.

Final Words

With all of this information in mind, you should now have a better understanding of the system requirements needed to use Zoom on your iOS, iPadOS, or Android device. So go ahead and test out Zoom today!

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