Browser-based Joost doesn’t work on Google Chrome

On September 6th, I blogged about Joost and their plan to dominate the world by imitating Hulu’s (only for American viewers) browser-based Flash-driven internet TV/streaming video service. The all new browser based Joost was not open to everybody then but it is open now.


I tried to see how the new browser-based Joost will look like on Google Chrome but it doesn’t seem to work well there. Google better do something about that fast.

After a while, I found that the new Joost works best on Firefox. After checking out a few links, I found that the new browser-based Joost seems to run much faster than the old desktop Joost. Design wise, I think I like the old desktop Joost better but having a browser-based Joost surely beats the need to use desktop clients. I guess I just have to learn to love the new browser-based Flash-driven Joost! :-)

Recommended Reading Link:
Joost Turns On Its All-Flash Website. Is Anybody Watching?
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