IBM MaaS360 4+

Fiberlink Communications Corporation

    • 1.8 • 416 Ratings
    • Free


Minor bug fixes

IBM Maas360 with Watson for iOS securely enables iOS devices to access corporate data so users can be highly productive with email and other corporate resources, on the go.

IBM Maas360 provides comprehensive device security with conditional access to apps and corporate data while maintaining a sound security posture for organizations.

Secure access to corporate resources such as, documents, videos, Sharepoint or networked drives is super easy for end users with native IBM Maas360 iOS apps.

IBM Maas360 with Watson incorporates IBM’s deep expertise in analytics and business intelligence. Watson provides innovative dimensions of visibility and analytics providing organizations with actionable intelligence.

What’s New

Version 5.60.15

Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

1.8 out of 5
416 Ratings

416 Ratings

Otherwise happy with app. ,

Reliably annoying... reliably unreliable

Day or night you can count on this program to irritate unrelentingly, while simultaneously and efficiently keeping you from your emails and your calendar. Each new version has proven just as vexing as the last. Need to check your emails? This app makes this simple task infuriatingly impossible. Need to check your calendar? This app will thwart you. Far and away the worst app available hands down. It goes to great lengths to maintain its status as a one star app. Faithfully failing to provide even the most basic email and calendar functionality. Without a hint of ambition or desire to improve, this app marches proudly ahead as a shining example of complete failure in execution labeled as “good enough” by management.

Update: This just in! This app is still terrible... and unbelievably, it has gotten worse. I honestly didn’t think that was possible but they pulled it off! Kudos to the team!

Update 4/3/20: The newest version actually seems to be working! Am I dreaming! : )

shelllllleeeeeyyyyy ,

Don’t love it

I have this app installed for work, but I actually never used the app. I was able to get my email account added to the native apple email app and it worked great. Until I got a new phone. Now it shows the account, it knows it exists, but the actual email never gets pushed through. So, I have to sign into this app in order to get which is a HUGE pain. I have to sign in with my corporate password, and a alphanumeric PIN for Maas itself (or Face ID) and then I can get to the email. But only momentarily because if you read one and go back to the inbox, you have to sign in all over again. And it will randomly say authentication success, only to moments say authentication failure. All I want is my email pushed to the apple app. But it won’t work and no one knows how to help me.

Edited to add getting any kind of support for this app is IMPOSSIBLE because they make you jump through so many hoops in order to even hope to talk to someone 🙄 Create an account with a corporate email (which I have extremely limited access to given the problem I’m having) to even open up a ticket? Why is all that necessary??

Abe Rad ,

Slow to load and keyboard support and other features are missing

There are two very annoying bugs/omissions in this release. First is that it can take up to a minute to load the app at times. I can’t find a pattern and I am not sure this isn’t something to do with some backend server or not so this might not be the apps fault.

Second issue is much less forgivable. The arrow keys are non-functional. This seems like a weird issue and very annoying.

Third is the omission of any split screen support. By now, this feature is standard for any maintained iPad app. Please add this.

The rest of the annoyances are limitations chosen by my organization... i.e. no copy and pasting of URL’s etc outside of the app. The internal browser is a far cry from safari and the file preview is fairly limited too but they get the job done... The app gives IT security teams a lot of control and this can yield a very locked-down security focused solution to accessing email but at a very high cost to productivity. Hopefully your IT teams spend a little time with a proper risk assessment and you may have a better experience.

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The developer, Fiberlink Communications Corporation, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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