About this release

What’s new in 20.10.0

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.9.5

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.9.0

External sharing of webpages

With this release, you can share the webpages you open from Citrix Workspace app for iOS with others. You can:

  • copy a link from within a webview
  • directly open a webpage in Safari
  • send links directly to people or apps

To do this, tap the icon on the top right of the webview or long tap any link within the webview and tap the option you need.

What’s new in 20.8.1

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.8.0

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.7.6

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.7.5

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.7.0

External monitor and toolbar support

The External monitor and toolbar feature is now ready for general availability. This release also addresses fixes relating to this feature.

Generic mouse and trackpad support

With this release, you can use a generic mouse or trackpad to right-click, scroll, and hover in HDX sessions. The actions are similar to those of the Citrix X1 Mouse. The style of the local mouse cursor changes to match that of the remote cursor.

Notes:

  • This feature is available on iPadOS 13.4 and later.
  • This feature isn’t supported on iPhones.

Limitation:

If you have an external monitor connected while in a session, the generic mouse cursor remains on the native device due to an iOS limitation.

Support for multi-factor (nFactor) authentication

Multifactor authentication enhances the security of an application by requiring users to provide multiple proofs of identify to gain access. Multifactor authentication makes authentication steps and the associated credential collection forms configurable by the administrator.

Native Citrix Workspace app can support this protocol by building on the Forms logon support already implemented for StoreFront. The web logon page for Citrix Gateway and Traffic Manager virtual servers also consumes this protocol.

For more information, see SAML authentication, and Multi-Factor (nFactor) authentication.

Limitation:

With nFactor support enabled, you can’t use biometric authentication such as Touch ID and Face ID.

Special key support

This release adds support for the following single keys on an external keyboard of iOS 13.4 and later:

  • PageUp
  • PageDown
  • Home
  • End
  • F1
  • F2
  • F3
  • F4
  • F5
  • F6
  • F7
  • F8
  • F9
  • F10
  • F11
  • F12

What’s new in 20.6.0

External monitor and toolbar support feature preview

Starting with this release, you can use the Citrix X1 Mouse to operate the toolbar on an external monitor. You can now move the toolbar notch horizontally, while the toolbar is closed. When you connect your iOS device to the external monitor, Citrix Workspace app automatically detects the screen resolution of the external monitor. You can use the Display button on the toolbar to select a particular screen resolution. You can access the Display option without having to add an account or sign in first.

What’s new in 20.5.0

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.4.5

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.4.0

Note:

Starting in June 2020, Citrix Workspace app discontinues supporting iOS operating system version 11.x. As an alternative, upgrade your iOS operating system to version 12 or later.

Citrix X1 Mouse pairing and connection status

This feature lets you have more control over the Citrix X1 Mouse pairing process. On the Settings screen, you can:

  • Pair the Citrix X1 Mouse. You can also pair an X1 Mouse when you are in a session.
  • View the connection status. assistive touch scanning assistive touch resumes scanning assistive touch connected

  • View the Citrix X1 Mouse properties such as Name, UUID, Firmware Revision, and Battery Level. To do so, tap the Citrix X1 Mouse entry under CONNECTED MOUSE. assistive touch connected chevron

    Connected mouse properties:

    assistive touch properties

AssistiveTouch

With the AssistiveTouch feature enabled on iOS 13 or later, you can see the AssistiveTouch cursor if you switch between desktop mouse mode and AssistiveTouch mode.

Note:

In desktop mouse mode, the pointer cursor appears. In AssistiveTouch mode, the round cursor appears.

The AssistiveTouch cursor appears when you:

  • Leave a session
  • Go to the iOS App Switcher screen
  • Go to the iOS home screen or another app

Desktop mode resumes when you navigate back to Citrix Workspace app and when you are in a session.

What’s new in 20.3.0

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.2.2

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.2.0

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.1.5

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 20.1.0

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues

Fixed issues in 20.10.0

In a cloud setup, apps recently launched from Citrix Workspace for iOS might not load on the Today widget on iPhones and iPads. [RFIOS-5528]

Fixed issues in earlier releases

Fixed issues in 20.9.5

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 20.9.0

  • In Cloud deployments, attempts to sign in to Citrix Workspace app for iOS might fail when Azure Active Directory or Google Identity Provider is used as an identity provider. [CVADHELP-14845]

  • When you use Citrix Workspace app for iOS on an iPad in the Landscape mode, the toolbar on the Settings > Manage Account > Add new account > Manual Setup page shifts to the right, and hides the Save link. [CVADHELP-15376]

  • In published desktops, the touch pointer might disappear unexpectedly when you close or minimize a session and return to it. [CVADHELP-15354]

Fixed issues in 20.8.1

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 20.8.0

  • On an iOS device, the CTRL+SHIFT key combination does not work as expected. The issue occurs when you connect an external keyboard to the device. [CVADHELP-15048]
  • When you launch a published application, the Desktop Viewer screen appears black and the session disconnects. [CVADHELP-14628]

Fixed issues in 20.7.6

  • In a session, you cannot enter characters using an external keyboard unless you tap the Keyboard option on the in-session toolbar. The issue occurs on iOS 12.x devices. [CVADHELP-14779]
  • With an external keyboard connected to an iOS 12.x device, the extended keys do not appear when you tap the Keyboard option on the in-session toolbar. [CVADHELP-14674]

Fixed issues in 20.7.5

  • Attempts to connect to a hidden store might fail after you upgrade Citrix Workspace app to version 20.5.0.5. [CVADHELP-14998]

Fixed issues in 20.7.0

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 20.6.0

  • Previously, when you added a Web Store account, Citrix Workspace app for iOS ignored certificate errors. Starting with this release, an appropriate error message appears when you add a Web Store or a Web interface account with an invalid certificate. [RFIOS-5403]

Fixed issues in 20.5.0

  • Launching applications inside Citrix Workspace app fails with the following error: “CAMAuthManErrorNoSuitableLogonProtocol”

    The issue occurs due to an incorrect API. [RFIOS-5530]

Fixed issues in 20.4.5

  • On a non-English language keyboard, when you enter the credentials on the Sign in page, the contents of the Password field appear in English. [CVADHELP-14068]

Fixed issues in 20.4.0

  • The action assigned to a double-tap gesture might not work as expected. The issue occurs when an extra tap from Citrix Workspace app performs a different action. The double-tap action works properly when you are using the Citrix X1 Mouse or an on-screen mouse. [RFIOS-4814]
  • The on-screen keyboard appears at every tap even after undocking it. [RFIOS-5267]
  • When you sign out of a cloud account using Settings > Store > Sign Out, the sign-out process might not work as expected. The issue occurs intermittently on iPhones. [RFIOS-5197]
  • After changing a DNS, launching a session might fail with a connection error. This issue occurs because of a stale IP resolution in the cache. [RFIOS-5358]

Fixed issues in 20.3.0

  • In a cloud setup, when you open the Citrix Workspace app, the app badge count is not cleared. [RFIOS-5194]

Fixed issues in 20.2.2

  • Single sign-on is not compatible with Citrix Files. [RFIOS-5564]

Fixed issues in 20.2.0

  • If you tap the Back button in your Citrix Gateway session, you might be signed out and taken back to the sign-in page. The issue occurs when you access the Citrix Workspace app through Web Interface (WI). [RFIOS-5059]
  • Modifications applied to a delivery group might not synchronize with the Store. As a result, the list of apps is not refreshed. [RFIOS-5103]
  • The Citrix X1 Mouse pointer might disappear unexpectedly. The issue occurs if you leave Citrix Workspace app with a session running or with the mouse settings screen open and then switch back to Citrix Workspace app. [RFIOS-5349]

Fixed issues in 20.1.5

  • Attempts to import a soft token when you click an .sdtid file might fail. The issue occurs on iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3. [RFIOS-5236]
  • Citrix Workspace app exits unexpectedly after January 1, 2020, when using the camera in a published session. The issue does not occur when you manually set the date to 2019. [RFIOS-5208]
  • In a cloud setup, you might observe an incorrect badge count. [RFIOS-5195]

Fixed issues in 20.1.0

  • Attempts to launch a published desktop using a cloud-hosted VDA might fail. The issue occurs when the VDA starts from a powered off state. [RFIOS-5027]
  • Attempts to add accounts using email-based account discovery might fail with the following error message:

    Cannot Add Account. Workspace cannot find the server for this domain. If you received a URL from your IT, you can enter that instead of your email.

    The issue occurs when you upgrade from version 1910.5 to 1911. [RFIOS-5052]

Known issues

Known issues in 20.10.0

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in earlier releases

Known issues in 20.9.5

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.9.0

  • In a cloud setup, apps recently launched from Citrix Workspace for iOS might not load on the Today widget in iPhones and iPads. [RFIOS-5528]

  • Attempts to open a downloaded ICA file from the Safari web browser might fail intermittently. This issue occurs on Citrix Workspace app for iOS running on iOS 14 devices. Try the following two workarounds:

    • Wait for sometime before opening the downloaded file (even if the download complete icon appears)

    • Go to Settings > Safari Downloads. Select On My iPAD to save the downloaded files.

[RFIOS-6599]

Known issues in 20.8.1

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.8.0

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.7.6

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.7.5

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.6.0

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.5.0

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.4.5

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.4.0

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.3.0

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.2.2

No new known issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 20.2.0

  • When you sign out of a cloud account using Settings > Store > Sign Out, the sign-out process might not work as expected. The issue occurs intermittently on iPhones. As a workaround, relaunch Citrix Workspace app. [RFIOS-5197]
  • When you edit and save the Store settings and then abandon the edits by canceling authentication, the Workspace account might get removed from the app. The issue occurs in a cloud setup. [RFIOS-5433]
  • In a cloud setup, when you edit and save the account settings, Citrix Workspace app might intermittently become unresponsive. As a workaround, relaunch Citrix Workspace app. [RFIOS-5379]

Known issues in 20.1.5

  • In a cloud setup, when you open the Citrix Workspace app, the app badge count is not cleared. [RFIOS-5194]
  • When you sign out of a cloud account using Settings > Store > Sign Out, the sign-out process might not work as expected. The issue occurs intermittently on iPhones. As a workaround, relaunch Citrix Workspace app. [RFIOS-5197]

Known issues in 20.1.0

  • In a cloud setup, you might observe an incorrect badge count. [RFIOS-5194]
  • In iOS 13.3 devices, you might observe an incorrect badge count. [RFIOS-5204]
  • The “Try the Demo” option is unavailable. [RFIOS-4902]

Limitations

  • Attempts to launch an app by tapping the ICA file in the download manager fail when using the Safari web browser. To ensure successful app launches from Safari, make sure the latest version of Citrix Workspace app or Citrix Receiver for iOS (but not both) is present on the device. [RFIOS-5502]

Feature preview

Feature previews are available for customers to use in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give them an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix may or may not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance.

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