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TV Go "Our telly app is evolving", how funny

Thank you so much for this new application, I quite like it, except for the part where it doesn't support Firefox.

Personally I'm not quite sure that qualifies as evolving and making people install the horrible browser known as Internet Explorer is quite simple disgusting.

It's lazy that you cannot delivery on both Chrome and Firefox, really considering moving over to Sky permanently.

Cheerio to watching the rest of the Ashes.

Any plans to make the two mentioned browsers compatible?

Cheers


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In the meantime we will revert to using TV anywhere (1/04/2018)

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AERoberts wrote:

In the meantime we will revert to using TV anywhere (1/04/2018)


that doesn't work either

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It isnt working on Internet Explorer 11 either (which should be compatible).  Absolute rank bloody amateurs.

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Ernie_C wrote:

Please read the entry above on the forum:

http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/TV-on-the-go/TV-Go-on-Chrome-or-Firefox/m-p/3593308#M47393


What the kin hell platform does it support?  How the kin hell is this a "helpful answer"?

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What a waste of time! I get a snail mail communication saying the existing App is being replaced today and will no longer work. Two new Apps are promoted and this one totally fails to connect to the VM Server. Terrible amateur service - someone should be fired for this fiasco.

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Think they mean DEvolving....

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...and their web based TV listings don't show any HD channels!  Given that BBC frequently shows different shows on SD and HD this is rather limiting.

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Sland wrote:

...and their web based TV listings don't show any HD channels!  Given that BBC frequently shows different shows on SD and HD this is rather limiting.


The HD/SD channels are almost entirely simulcasts, except BBC Two in Scotland/Wales/Northern Ireland which has local programes at certain times, not shown on the HD (England) feed.

Sky Go doesn't support Firefox or Chrome either so it sounds like Virgin have adopted the same awful system. 

 

 

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