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What browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) should I use?
What browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) should I use?

Making sure you use an approved browser is the #1 thing you can do to ensure your lessons go well!

Shehzad Nizamani avatar
Written by Shehzad Nizamani
Updated over a week ago

Our classroom uses the newest, best technology available for online video chat: it's called WebRTC. This technology was primarily developed by Google, thanks Google! The popular Google Chrome web browser is by far the best browser to use for online video chat; the only exception being that if you're using an iPhone or iPad, you need to use Safari browser.

Most Importantly - Update Your Browser!

No matter which browser you use that we list below, make sure it's updated. This is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your lessons work well.

Windows, Apple, or Linux Computers

Use Google Chrome! Firefox also works, and Safari should work (although it is most prone to problems, by far). Microsoft Edge recently added functionality for WebRTC, so it should work, but we highly recommend Chrome above all else.

iPhones and iPads

We highly recommend you use Google Chrome! Safari unfortunately is most prone to problems. Apple (who makes Safari) has been far behind in adopting WebRTC, but they're getting better, slowly. If you experience any issues in a lesson, make sure you're first using Chrome.

Android Phones

Chrome is highly recommended, but Firefox can also work.

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