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    SlingPlayer for Facebook is okay, Chrome(book) compatibility is better

    Ready to let the world know all about your most intimate TV-viewing habits? Good, because the SlingPlayer Facebook app is now available, and prepared to do just that. Once installed, the app allows Slingbox Solo or Pro-HD owners to manage their DVRs and watch their favorite live or recorded shows, all from the comfort of their own social network. The share button doesn't automatically tie in with any kind of guide data, so friends don't need to know you're watching the Teen Mom reunion finale at the office -- unless you want them to. The other big news from Sling is that its plugin finally supports Google's Chrome browser (Mac version of FF8 is still a no-go, while Chromebooks can at least access a Flash stream now, but only via Facebook), so if you've been waiting for a way to ditch IE and FireFox then congratulations, your sometime is now.

    [Thanks, @wyldtek]
    SlingPlayer for Facebook is okay, Chrome(book) compatibility is better originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 18 Nov 2011 20:16:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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