Comcast launches TV Everywhere support for Google Chrome

Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) on Monday announced that its TV Everywhere extension for Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Chrome browser … and by extension, the popular Chromecast player dongle.

The new Xfinity Go extension for Google Chrome offers an easy way to see what's on and tune quickly into live streams on the Xfinity TV Go website. 

"The Chrome extension offers an easy way to see what's on and tune quickly into live streams on the Xfinity TV Go website," writes Don Baker, Comcast's senior director of project management, on the conglomerate's corporate blog. "With a click of a button, the Xfinity TV Go drop down menu allows you to browse the listing of 53 live channels and seamlessly choose what to watch."

Subscribers are encouraged to install Xfinity TV Go support into their Chrome browsers by visiting the Google Chrome Store.

For more:
- read this Comcast corporate blog

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