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Ziggo makes tv service Go available in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge

Ziggo makes tv service Go available in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge

Ziggo has its television service Ziggo Go refreshed, which also means that users of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge here can make use of.

The service, previously known as Horizon Go, used the old Microsoft plugin Silverlight, which most modern browsers are not longer supported.

From Wednesday a new version of Ziggo Go available, that uses the modern technologies of HTML5. Therefore, users of Chrome, Firefox, and Edge service is now also used to live and previously broadcast tv programs to watch.

According to Ziggo is still a test, but the HTML5 video player is for all the customers available. The new version does not work yet in Safari, and will actually never go to work in Internet Explorer on Windows 7.

Ziggo acknowledge that the long delay to move away from the outdated Silverlight plugin, which other media outlets many years ago at the old dirt was put. “We have to do with appointments and obligations towards suppliers of our content,” writes the company. “To all within HTML5 to work we had a challenge.”

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