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JW Player offers the first HTML5 video player with support

NEW YORK and LONDON, April 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — J.W. Playerthe world’s largest independent video streaming and intelligence platform, today announced that its HTML5 video player is the first to support the Definition of open measurement interface (OMID), the new industry standard for ad measurement. The JW Player web player has been updated to […]

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Tweetbot 6 for iOS gains a revamped video player with picture-in-picture support

Popular Twitter client Tweetbot 6 was updated today to version 6.1, introducing a redesigned video player, new custom icons, and more. The app has a redesigned video player that includes picture-in-picture support, so videos playing in the app can be watched even if you exit the app. A video playing in Tweetbot can be moved […]

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The Chromebook video player is about to get better

Google finally manages to improve the Chromebook video player, reports indicate. And it’s not just better in terms of performance, necessarily either. Instead, the company seems to be focused on providing a modern and sleek user interface. The new user interface is also already easily accessible, at least for some users. What does this update […]

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An improved video player is coming to Chromebooks and it looks cool

The media app for Chromebooks has been under a rebuild for quite some time now. Dating back to December 2019, the new media app has taken its time in picking up some useful new features, and this latest addition appears to be a much-needed improvement to the way your Chromebook will soon handle local video […]

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Chromebooks finally get a much-needed video player redesign

Chromebooks have always had a basic video player that’s never been particularly intuitive to use. Google has apparently finally realized this fact and introduced a very welcome redesign. According to android font, Google is testing an improved video player design that features floating controls that are much easier to understand and use, especially on touchscreens. […]