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This article describes planned features and improvements in Nexus Personal Mobile.

Latest available release

For news and release notes, see Personal Mobile news

New feature


Outlook S/MIME support

Improve the method to install certificates, as for the app versions


Committed and in progress

Short term



In definition

Android lift

Technical debt on Android to close up on iOS level.


Improve the user interface (UI), linguistics, and usability

Dynamic App Branding

Make the app appearance neutral with capability to make parts of it dynamically branded during message exchange with back-end server. Static branding as previously offered will be discontinued.

ForgeRock Support

Support compatibility with ForgeRock Identity Platform for user authentication.

Mobile Visual ID

Implement visual ID, by rendering physical card in Personal Mobile with authentication and signing certificates issued using standard workflows. Additional user data will be stored in ICAO passport standard, such as image, biometric template, and address.

Hermod extension for Personal X VSC/TPM

Implement extensions to the communication channel between provisioning client and Personal X in order to support the use cases for Virtual Smart Card (VSC) and Trusted Platform Module TPM.

Messaging (Hermod) Deployment

Improve the deployment packaging of the Personal Messaging service

Apple Watch

Support for Apple Watch

ForgeRock Support

Support compatibility with ForgeRock.


Enriched analytics to provide KPIs (key performance indicators) and means for error management.

ECC Support

Support for elliptic curve cryptography (ECC).

Windows Login

Support for Windows Login via mobile device.

SDK Package Improvements

Improve the documentation package and make a richer set of code samples available to app developers building custom apps based on the Personal Mobile SDK.

Windows Login

Support for Windows Login via mobile device.


Integration with AirWatch for mobile device management (MDM).

Intunes and S/MIME support

Integration with Intunes for mobile device management (MDM).

Primarily for installation of S/MIME certificates in preparation for when Outlook will get S/MIME support

on both Android and iOS

in 2019.


Integration with AirWatch for mobile device management (MDM

ECC Support

Support for elliptic curve cryptography (ECC).

Document Signing

Incorporate Document Signing capability in order for a user to inspect and sign documents on the mobile device. Nexus Push Service (NPS) is used to notify a user on the mobile device there is a document to sign.

Secure Enclave

Utilize the Secure Enclave of iOS on applicable devices. The Secure Enclave is a hardware-based key manager, which is isolated from the main processor to provide an extra layer of security.

Nexus reserves the right to change the roadmap due to recent requests. 


If you want to know more about our roadmaps and plans for the future, do not hesitate to contact us