Wow, who made this monumentally stupid decision? Dropping Safari support is insane and moronic. IE I can understand, but Safari?
Oh well, and luckily, I don't have to worry about it. But, seems to be a lame decision in any case. I'm tied to a cable company for my internet and TV. I don 't really watch much TV, but Mrs. Dingpatch watches all day long, , , , , ,. I'm sticking with cable for the internet service. AT&T/Direct pokes at me endlessly about signing up for Direct TV to no avail. Why would I want them? My cable service gives me fairly consistent "30 down" service, while AT&T can only guarantee "up to 18 down" (on only the very best of days).And, in any case, I've wiped my system of all Google products. Just, , , , too, , , , damn, , , , intrusive.
AT&T is just trying simplify things and I think that any compliant browser will work fine.Chrome is built on Safari's engine.
Is DirecTV Now Flash based?
Not the worst internet TV service in existence. Has great picture quality with 60fps support on TV streamers. Good for sports and watching CNN tickers smoothly scroll by. No DVR and On-Demand is really bad however. Still way better than Sling TV.This decision is insane though and will play a part of my decision of where to go when my cable bundle ends. Hulu Live was pretty cool when I trialed it.