Frequently Asked Questions
Here you can find the most common questions about our software and billing.
If you have additional questions, you can always reach out to us.
What is Miradore?
Miradore is a cloud-based device management software (MDM/EMM/UEM) that enables you to manage Android, iOS, macOS, Windows devices.
Which operating system version are supported in Miradore?
Miradore supports the following operating system platforms:
- Android 6 and newer (the latest Android client is always available in Play Store and is also downloadable from here)
- iOS 5 and newer
- Apple macOS computers starting from version 10.7
- Windows 7, 8, 10, and 11 computers
- Miradore does not support the management of devices running Linux, ChromeOS, or any BETA version of an operating system
Does Miradore offer a free trial?
What are the methods of payment? Can I pay annually?
You may pay with a credit card or by invoice.
Miradore accepts Visa and Mastercard (as well as American Express in North America) and the credit card payment is charged either monthly or annually.
If you prefer to pay by invoice, a standard 12-month contract period applies to the total number of devices that will be enrolled, and a minimum invoice value applies. The invoice can be paid by bank transfer or PayPal. If you wish to pay by invoice, please contact us.
Can I change my subscription plan at any time?
Yes. If you choose to pay by credit card, you are only charged monthly based on the number of devices enrolled in the system and can change plans or cancel at any time. If you choose to pay by invoice, this also applies subject to the terms of your invoice period.
Does Miradore offer a discount for educational institutions or non-profit organizations?
Yes, Miradore offers a discount on the Premium Plan.
Can I buy from a reseller?
The short answer is yes. Please contact Miradore for information about a reseller in your country.
What is Android Enterprise?
Android Enterprise Solution, or simply Android Enterprise (previously known as Android for Work), provides additional management features and a secure company container for your Android devices. This unifies Android management by removing device manufacturer differences and offers the same management features for all Android devices.
- Premium plan or trial
- Miradore client 2.4.0 installed on the devices
- Devices are running Android 5.0 or newer
What is an Android “Work Managed Device”?
Also known as Device Owner, this is a corporate-liable deployment scenario where the enterprise or company owns and fully controls employee work devices. These deployments use the device owner mode of operation, in which the entire device is managed by installing Miradore client during the initial setup of a new device or after a factory reset. This provides the maximum level of management capability in Android devices.
What is an Android “Work Profile”?
This is an important solution for companies that support Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scenarios – allowing the employees to bring personally-owned devices to work and to use those devices to access privileged company information and applications securely. The containerization of work content makes sure that business and personal content don’t mix.
What is Apple DEP and VPP?
Apple’s Device Enrollment Program (DEP) and Volume Purchase Program (VPP) are part of Apple Business Manager and they help schools and businesses easily deploy and configure Apple devices and applications. Once registered, these programs help admins to simplify initial setup by automating mobile device management (MDM) enrollment and supervision of devices during setup, which enables you to configure your organization’s devices without touching them. Your supervised iOS devices combined with VPP provides a simple, scalable solution to find, buy, distribute, and manage your business applications.
Does Miradore support Apple’s DEP and VPP?
What is Apple Supervised Mode?
Supervision gives schools and businesses greater control over the iOS devices they own. With supervision, your administrator can apply extra restrictions like turning off AirDrop or preventing access to the App Store. It also provides additional device configurations and features, like silently updating apps or filtering web usage. By default, iOS devices aren’t supervised. Supervision can only be turned on when a new device is set up using Apple DEP or Apple Configurator.