Download baiBrowser apk 1.11 free for Android smartphone

6 Oct

Posted by Marc Vanryckeghem in Productivity | Oct. 6, 2013 | 5 Comments

Apk file size: 22.0 MB

baiMobile browser
a CAC/PIV browser for Android

The baiBrowser™ app allows people to use their Android Devices, along with their CAC, PIV, PIV-I or CIV smart card, to access secure web sites and portals that require smart card authentication.
The Android version is available in the Google Play Store in Q2.
Those links and other information is available at
“Many government web sites and information portals, particularly those in the Department of Defense, require smart card authentication” said BALP President Scott T. Johnson.
“Our baiBrowser has been successfully tested with the Army and Navy AKO sites, the Air Force portals, the DFAS myPay site, and most of the Defense OWA sites. Based on the positive feedback from our beta testers, we are pleased to offer this capability to everyone.”
The baiBrowserTM app supports both the baiMobile® 3000MP Bluetooth Smart Card Reader and the soon to be released baiMobile® 301MP attached smart card reader. . The baiBrowserTM app was developed in cooperation with i-DENTITY, a designer and manufacturer of a wide range of Smart Card Identification Products and components, which include Strong Authentication Mobile applications.

Marc Vanryckeghem part of our Productivity and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Oct. 6, 2013. Google play rating is 50.0. Current verison is 1.11. Actual size 22.0 MB.

Download baibrowser.apk 22.0 MB

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Kelvin Ngo

The worst app and customer service. I bought the Bluetooth card reader and couldn't use it at all. Downloaded the baiBrowser and the Cert finder app from them, they both didn't work.

Andrew Nordley

Not quite ready yet Does not work sufficiently well with most of the web pages I have to CAC into for this device to be useful. Not compatible with Java Runtime Environment (JRE), which is required on many webpages. Does not work with ACI2, AKO (full portal), iPERMS, DoD Webmail, Defense Travel System (JRE required). Does seem to work properly with SMS. Not mentioning the exact URL's here, but if you are familiar with the above web apps, you will know which sites I am talking about.

alexander clifton

Doesn't work Doesn't work with any DOD websites. Luckily got it to log into AKO. Needs software update

Darren Saccone

Requires $150 hardware and yearly fee Requires $150 hardware and yearly fee. Funny that Windows and Linux smartcard login is part of operating system for free.

Kevin Mars

Doesn't work Won't resolve the host to verify my serial so can't use it.

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