Google Reader To Support HTML5 Audio & Video Elements

Mar 23, 2010 - 7:55 am 0 by
Filed Under Misc Google

A Google Reader Help thread has a request from one Google Reader user that he would like if Google Reader would support HTML5 elements. He specifically asked that the audio and video elements would be supported.

A Google Reader support representative, Ella, said:

Thanks for bringing this up! This is a great idea -- it's on our radar as we continue to develop features for Reader :)

There is no doubt that HTML5 is on Google's radar, the main question is how soon will Google Reader and other properties and products support HTML5?

I think sooner than later.

Forum discussion at Google Reader Help.

 

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