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Why aren't mobile browsers supported? #10
I would love to allow my users to use my app on mobile devices as well, and was wondering why Chrome for android (at least) isn't supported. I don't have any knowledge or experience working with browser SDKs, so I couldn't possibly understand the complexity, but I would love to know if there is any future roadmap to add support.
For Safari, it's because both Desktop and iOS only support an AAC-version of EME which we don't currently have support for. It's unclear when we'll do that.
For Android-based devices, they do support both EME and Widevine but require a user interaction which we have not yet added support for in the SDK. We plan on adding support for that soon!
Hope this helps! :)
I was skimming through other issues and over in #8 you said you are streaming 256kb/s AAC music and here you said you do not support Safari because it only supports AAC-EME, which you do not support right now.
Could you clarify that? Based on what you told it seems like Safari should be supported, no? :) Or is it just one specific version of AAC-EME Safari supports but you don't? (not wanting to blame you in any way, I'm just curious :) )
I would really like to use your service but i have no playback at all (nor my friends at office).
Why isn't that being shown with a friendly message with instructions on how to solve?
The links on @bih response seems for experts, no way i'm going to spend more than a minute on this.
I'm using macbook OSx 10.13.3 with chrome