Ericsson's Latest Mobile Browser Promises Devs More Fun With Video

Summary: Ericsson Research has launched Bowser, an experimental mobile browser for Android and iOS that works with WebRTC technology to allow developers to make more imaginative use of video.

Ericsson has released the first WebRTC-compatible internet browser for cellular phone devices, the company said on Saturday.

The trial Bowser internet browser will let designers experiment with different movie and sound performance in their applications, Stefan Alund, a specialist at Ericsson, said in a writing. "A web application can establish movie and sound calls with another device or call audio/visual services using the WebRTC API that Bowser utilizes and reveals," he had written.

Bowser will allow designers to include movie that is not complete display, for example, whereas previously some cellular internet explorer limited movie to complete display width. It will also allow more creative position of video; in a display film published in the weblog, Bowser revealed off videos clip jumping around in a dice on the display. "We think designers will have a lot of fun with this," Alund had written.

WebRTC (real-time communication) is included within HTML5 and is still being developed by the World Wide Web Range (W3C) and the Internet Technological innovation Task Force (IETF).

Ericsson's Bowser app is available for Android and iOS. It follows on from Ericsson's WebRTC-enabled browser for desktops, released in 2011.
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