Which browser do you recommend for candidates taking an assessment?

TestGorilla works on Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. Candidates can also complete an assessment on their mobile device.

We recommend that candidates complete an assessment using a desktop computer. Our recommended browser is Chrome, though candidates can also use Firefox or Edge.

Candidates can also take an assessment on their mobile device. However, we don't recommend this as a first choice because of the smaller screen.

Generally speaking, TestGorilla supports all major browsers in their most up to date versions. Most specifically, we support the following browsers by system type:

System

Browsers and Versions

Windows 10
  • Chrome: Version 80 or more recent. Chrome typically updates itself automatically (you have to actively choose to turn off automatic updates) so usually you'll have the latest version, but any recent version should work.
  • Firefox: Any version after version 68.
  • Edge: Any version after 18 should work
  • Internet Explorer: Because Microsoft stopped supporting IE when they released Edge, we do not support IE
MacOS
Mojave, Catalina, or Big Sur
  • Chrome: Version 80 or more recent. Chrome typically updates itself automatically (you have to actively choose to turn off automatic updates) so usually you'll have the latest version, but any recent version should work.
  • Firefox: Any version after version 68.
  • Safari: Any version later than 10.14
Android 9 or later
  • Chrome
iOS 12 or later
  •  Chrome: No camera recording support
  • Safari: No camera support.

We do not recommend using an iPhone for assessments at this time, because iPhone does not allow the camera to be turned on while inside the browser.

Though the system may still work in some capacity in other, less known browsers, we are unable to provide support for those browsers if you encounter issues.