viewneo Player App for Chrome

The Digital Signage Player for Almost Every Platform

Google Chrome Browser

A Browser for (Almost) Any Device

With a current market share of more than 50%, Google Chrome browser is the most frequently used browser in the world. The clearly structured and lean Google Chrome OS is predestined for general office applications and can easily be turned into a real digital signage device through an integrated Kiosk mode. The Chrome browser is available for most of the common operating systems (Linux, OS X and Windows) and Chrome OS which makes the viewneo Player App compatible for almost any device.

viewneo Player App for Chrome

Quick Digital Signage Solution for the Browser

The viewneo Player App for Google Chrome browser is available in the Chrome web store from version 47. The initial setup only takes a few steps to get you up and running faster.

quick installation due to availability in Chrome web store
works with almost any device since the Chrome browser is available across platform boundaries
for free: the installation of the viewneo Player App in Google Chrome browser is completely free of costs


Chrome Browser with Chrome OS

Clearly Structured, Lean and Optimized for Digital Signage

The combination of the viewneo Player App and a Chrome OS device makes an extremely powerful digital signage device. Any device running with Chrome OS can be used as a digital signage hardware device because of an integrated Kiosk mode. Even your Google Chromebook makes a great digital signage device in spite of being an everyday object.

connectable with CDM for extended device management
versatile: going quickly back and forth between Kiosk mode and normal mode

Chrome Browser

Widespread Availability – Linux, OS X or Windows

The viewneo Player App can be used on any platform containing the Chrome browser at version 47 or more. Whether it’s Linux, OS X or Windows. Each of these platforms are supported except mobile platforms like Android or iOS.

cross platform compatibility allows for a free choice of hardware devices
try and check out your playlists directly in a new tab

The Browser: a Major Plus

Perfectly Presented Web Content with Google Chrome Browser

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Chrome OS


Linux, OS X, Windows

resolutionHD, Full HD, UHD - depending on hardwareHD, Full HD, UHD - depending on hardware
Kiosk modeintegrated in Chrome OSNo - keypad can not be locked completely
automatic playlist updateyesyes
playback formatsvideos, images, documents (PDF, PowerPoint, Word), websites and social media (Youtube, Twitter, Facebook)videos, images, documents (PDF, PowerPoint, Word), websites and social media (Youtube, Twitter, Facebook)
Simultaneous playback of videos in one templateunlimited - depending on hardwareunlimited - depending on hardware
support of rotationyesno
support of serial interface for display timeryes - tested with AOpen Chromeboxno
automatic updatesyesno

Hardware Requirements

viewneo Player App with Linux, OS X or Windows

The hardware requirements listed below refer to devices that run with a Linux, OS X or Windows platform. These requirements were defined on the basis of tests using different platforms. They furthermore represent a desired status. Videos used in templates show a high resolution of 1280 x 720.

In order to display content smoothly and as desired, especially multiple videos at the same time, we recommend hardware configuration to be as follows.

 LinuxOS XWindows
operating systemUbuntu version 14.04OS X 10.11 El CapitanWindows 7
Google Chrome browserfrom version 47from version 47from version 47
processorIntel Core i5 with 4 x 3.2 GHzIntel Core i5 with 4 x 2.5 GHzIntel Core i5 with 4 x 3.4 GHz
graphicsMobility Radeon HD 5430Intel HD Graphics 3000NVIDIA GeForce 210
wireless LAN or Ethernetmin 10/100-Mbit/smin 10/100-Mbit/smin 10/100-Mbit/s
storagedepending on size of playlistdepending on size of playlistdepending on size of playlist
simultaneous playback of videos within one template775

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