Espial Upgrades Video Browser

Aug. 15, 2013
Espial (TSX:ESP) announced the latest version of its Espial TV Browser, which is intended to deliver an enhanced user experience (UX) based on new HTML5, HbbTV, WebKit, and chipset capabilities. It's designed for Web video, broadcast video, social media, and Web...
Espial (TSX:ESP) announced the latest version of its Espial TV Browser, which is intended to deliver an enhanced user experience (UX) based on new HTML5, HbbTV, WebKit, and chipset capabilities. It's designed for Web video, broadcast video, social media, and Web browsing.The new version of the Espial TV Browser introduces features including picture-in-application, support for live TV tuners embedded in HTML5 apps, intelligent remote control mapping, and support for video trick modes in any HTML5 app. A multi-tab design provides the same browsing experience available on desktop, tablet, and smartphone browsers, while visual thumbnails are intended to simplify navigation of recent and favorite websites.

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