Myriad Anywhere is designed to run on web browsers based on Chromium (Chrome, Edge) or Firefox.
Unfortunately, web browsers are regularly updated in 'the background' and sometimes this has an adverse effect on more complex browser based applications, particularly in respect to real time audio.
A recent Chrome update is a good example. A feature update automatically applied by Google significantly impacted audio performance in all audio based web applications (not just Anywhere) resulting in 'pops & clicks' in recording or even distorted (robotic sounding) audio on slower systems. This update affected Windows and Mac users running Chrome or Edge.
As this type of update cannot be anticipated or even fixed by our team, we have added a new desktop client applications for Windows and Mac to allow us to control the version of 'Chromium' used.
If you or your contributors are experiencing audio issues while using Myriad Anywhere, we would recommend downloading and using the desktop client application. This will not affect your standard browser and will still include all the latest Anywhere features, without needing to update the client. It simply allows us to run Anywhere in a known environment.