On this page you find a collection of applications in the Google Play Store and iOS App Store that are compatible with the Microsoft Intune and Configuration Manager Mobile Application Management policies.
See this list as a starting point and place to share other apps that are available and create a MAM Application Catalog. So if you are missing an application in the list, please let me know via the comment box below, via email or twitter.
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The new link for Skype for Business for IOS and Android is not working.
The Apple store and Google store also report that the app is updated in the store around 17-12 and not in Januari.
As far as i know the SFB client is not MAM aware at the moment or are you using some beta versions now which are MAM capable ?
Hi Nils, I have corrected the link. Both are available and manageable. Will write a blog on it soon.
Can you confirm that Skype for Business is MAM enabled? I am not able see it with both the Android or iOS download. Setting it up as a direct link in SCCM also does not yield the application management policy to apply.
Please disregard as I went through again today and now see that its picking up the application management when creating deploy. Now my task is to figure out if it can authenticate using passive as we use AD FS claims or what other options are available for Skype.
Can anyone confirm whether the MS Outlook app is definitely MAM enabled when deployed through Configuration Manager? I’ve tested it with both the iOS and Android versions in SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 and SCCM (Current Build/1511) and when deploying it, I’m not asked to select an Application Management policy.
Seems to work as expected in Intune (Standalone).
Last sentence here: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/microsoftintune/2015/06/18/now-available-intune-mobile-application-management-and-conditional-access-for-outlook suggests it was available in Intune Standalone and to be made available in Hybrid last July but can’t find any information to confirm that this is the case.
Hi Alister. THe MS Outlook app is MAM enabled for both, stand alone and hybrid (with ConfigMgr)