Only Google Chrome browser is supported by the Sococo web app. All other browsers will show an error that the browser is not compatible, redirecting users to either use Google Chrome or the desktop app. Google Chrome offers almost identical features and experience as the desktop app does, and it has additional features to facilitate use and troubleshooting.
Sococo was built in a way that only supports the Google Chrome browser and will not run in any other browser. Trying to run Sococo in another browser will result in an error stating that the browser is not compatible. Even the desktop application was built in that way that it has a Google Chrome browser version embedded, and it is actually a wrapper for the browser.
Using Google Chrome
You can use Sococo on any modern OS distribution that supports Google Chrome. You have to download the latest version of Google Chrome on your system and go to the Sococo web application. As Desktop applications are only available for Windows and macOS, using the Google Chrome browser is the best option for Linux and other users.
Sococo Shortcut in Google Chrome
Google Chrome has an option to create a shortcut application that behaves and runs like a separate application. This way you do not have Sococo as one tab in your Google Chrome, but as a separate instance of Google Chrome, having its own Sococo icon, solely used by Sococo.
Troubleshooting in Google Chrome
Troubleshooting Sococo issues in Google Chrome is done using the Developer tools. Here you can review the possible Network issues or download console logs that can help investigate the problem. If Google Chrome is used, and there are issues with Sococo, it is important to confirm that the used Chrome version is the latest, and that cache is not causing the issue.