As a result, the Netflix application for the Chrome Web Store has been released: with a serious oversight. There is still no support for Linux other than Android and ChromeOS. While the ChromeBook, Windows, Mac and Android users aren't complaining (and often disappointed by outcries for Linux support), there is clearly a precedence being set.
Google's support of an application listed as a "web app" that doesn't function on an OS that Chrome works on questions the concept of the Chrome Web Store entirely: is this only a market for ChromeBooks? Is it realistic to expect more vendors to offer "web apps" with outlandish restrictions on platforms and previously existing software?
Google's commitment to interoperability and the Linux community clearly stops at the dollar: in other words, the equivalent outlook of both Apple and Microsoft."
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