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I Plan to Stick Around
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TV Network Streaming Apps

I am interested in learning of "GO" apps that are accessible with my Rogers subscription.  I am aware of some, such as CNN, CTV, Global I have tried History without much luck.  If anyone is aware of any that work I would appreciate being made aware of them(or if there is a list somewhere that would be great too).  It really sucks that Rogers Anyplace TV doesn't support Firefox Browser.

 

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Re: TV Network Streaming Apps

It's pretty easy to download Chrome and use it. It's advisable to have more than one browser on your computer anyway, especially a "clean" one to utilize if you run into issues with certain websites.



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I Plan to Stick Around
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Re: TV Network Streaming Apps

Yeh its easy and I do have several browsers.  Just don't like Chrome and or being told I must use it.  Especially if Rogers is doing this for some financial consideration.

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@Webster01 wrote:

  It really sucks that Rogers Anyplace TV doesn't support Firefox Browser.

 


It sure does.  I'm using Linux because it is open source.  Firefox is open source.  Chrome is not.

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