Web player

Web player

(1) Software that "plays" audio, video or animations directly from the Web. A Web player is typically a plug-in for the browser. See media player and browser plug-in.

(2) An organization that embraces the Web in some manner.
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ENPNewswire-August 15, 2019--University of Kent: Computing students develop web player for Apple Music
For its web player, your account is assigned a license key that is included in the player's JavaScript initialization.
The update involves a new web player and new versions of its native SDKs, developed specifically to provide viewers with "the ultimate cloud TV viewing experience."
Both the web player and the mobile app are surprisingly easy to use, which isn't the case for all other streaming services.
There's also a web player for those who are using Chromebooks, as pointed out by (https://www.androidcentral.com/number-older-speakers-have-lost-built-spotify-streaming) Android Central.
"The scalable survey we've conducted this winter has revealed our users really crave for an easy-to-use and stylish web player at the 4shared website, and we're immensely happy to present it right now, when our service is celebrating its 10th anniversary," she explained.
Beats currently has a lot of flaws: It's got a terrible Web player, lack of radio and a spotty catalog.
YouTube adds Chromecast support to its Web player in a test Chromecast users are able to use the television dongle to stream videos from some third-party websites, Janko Roettgers writes.
The Web player is based on Adobe Flash and requires a plug-in that is otherwise becoming increasingly possible to forego.