The short answer is yes, with all three major browsers.
We wanted KUDO to be as much off-the-shelf solution as possible. We certainly did not want you to download plugins or executable files onto your computer to use KUDO.
KUDO relies on a technology called WebRTC (short for web real-time communications). It allows for web-based bi-directional, high-traffic communication. No plugins, no sweat. The catch is that not every browser is WebRTC-compatible. And that's why you need to be on the latest version of Google Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.
Close all other applications apart from your browser, and keep as few tabs open as possible, for the best experience.
Limitations for other browsers
- Safari does not support screen sharing. Safari users can view screen-sharing streams from other participants but cannot share their own screen.