iOS web browser webout lets you display a website on a TV, projector or monitor from your iPad or iPhone with minimal settings to configure and ease-of-use in mind. Plug in your VGA adapter any time to activate the screen mirroring, tap on the action button to choose a way to get your web ‘out’, or rotate the device to see in landscape.
And, now, with the release of version 1.1.1, webout can also find HTML5 videos on most webpages and stream them on to your 2G Apple TV.
The app’s developer Alan Zeino notes, “Stream HTML5 video to Apple TV with AirPlay. Safari will only stream audio via AirPlay, but webout can stream video as well in this update. For most videos, just tap play on the video within the page, then activate the stream via the action menu. It’s a little spotty on the iPhone since a lot of websites deliver video to your device not inline for the smaller display, but it works great on the iPad. Requires 4.2, a device that supports multitasking and the latest OS version on your Apple TV.”
More info and download link (US$0.99) here.
[Attribution: iPodNN. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Judge Bork” for the heads up.]