What’s new in Secure Web

What’s new in 19.3.0

This release includes performance enhancements and bug fixes.

What’s new in earlier releases

Secure Web 19.2.0

Allow links to open in Secure Web keeping data secure. With Secure Web, a dedicated VPN tunnel allows users to access sites with sensitive information securely. They can click links from Secure Mail for Android, from within Secure Web, or from a third-party app. The link opens in Secure Web, and the data is securely contained. Users can open an internal link that has the ctxmobilebrowser(s) scheme in Secure Web. In doing so, Secure Web transforms the ctxmobilebrowser:// prefix to http://. To open an HTTPS link, Secure Web transforms ctxmobilebrowsers:// to https://.

This feature depends on an App Interaction MDX policy called Inbound Document Exchange. The policy is set to Unrestricted by default. This setting allows URLs to open in Secure Web. You can change the policy setting so that only apps that you include in a whitelist can communicate with Secure Web.

Secure Web versions 18.11.5 to 19.1.5 contain bug fixes and performance enhancements.

Secure Web 18.11.0

In Secure Web for iOS, cache size list for sites is no longer reported and does not appear in the app settings. The default caching functionality remains the same.

Secure Web 18.10.5

Secure Web versions 18.9.0 to 18.10.5 contain bug fixes and performance enhancements.

Secure Web 10.8.65

The following features are new in Secure Web 10.8.65:

  • Pull to refresh. In Secure Web for iOS, users can use the pull to refresh feature to update their data on the screen.

  • Search using Find in page option. You can search for strings instantly by using the Find in page option. This option highlights the keywords as you search and displays the total matches on the right side of the toolbar. On relaunching, this feature retains the last searched keywords.

    Image of the Find in page option

    Image of the Find in page feature

  • Scroll up to hide header and footer bars. In Secure Web for iOS, the header and the footer bars are hidden as you scroll up. This allows more information to be displayed on your mobile screen when viewing web pages.

Secure Web 10.8.60

  • Support for Polish language

Secure Web 10.8.35

  • Pull to refresh. In Secure Web for Android, users can use the pull to refresh feature to update their data on the screen.

Secure Web 10.8.15

  • Secure Web supports Android Enterprise, formerly known as Android for Work. You can create a separate work profile by using Android enterprise apps in Secure Mail. For details, see Android Enterprise in Secure Mail.

  • Secure Web for Android can render web pages in desktop mode. From the overflow menu, select Request desktop site. Secure Web displays the desktop version of the web site.

Secure Web 10.8.10

  • Secure Web for iOS can render web pages in desktop mode. From the hamburger menu, select Request Desktop Site and Secure Web displays the desktop version of the web site.

    Image of Secure Web for iOS Request desktop site option

Secure Web 10.8.5

Secure Mail and Secure Web for iOS and Android have revamped fonts, colors, and other UI improvements. This facelift gives you an enriched user experience while closely aligning with Citrix brand aesthetics across our full suite of apps.

Image of the new UI improvements

Image of the new UI improvements

What’s new in Secure Web