Native screen sharing in Chrome 72

2019-02-08 10:21:12
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Huge news for all Voximplant developers – Chrome now supports screen sharing. And now it's an entirely native functionality.

If you're using Voximplant, you might know that we have been supported screen sharing since 2017 – here's the proof. If you open the link with a how-to article, you'll see the very first step that is called "CHROME EXTENSION". Previously, our developers had to use a special extension for Chrome, but now it's not required at all!

This means you could grab our video chat demo and test native screen sharing right now, using the stable 72 version of Chrome. 

Have fun with simplified usage of screen sharing, be productive and stay tuned!

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