Beam Shows, Videos, and Clips to Connected TVs with Twonky App
PacketVideo announced today that they’ve released Twonky Beam Browser, a free application which lets users browse web videos on their tablet and send them directly to internet-connected TVs or media players. Whereas most users might use Twonky for internet clips, it’s flexible enough to allow for sharing/beaming of audio and photos as well. This opens the door up to podcasts, internet radio, photo slideshows, and other fun media on your connected 55″ television! Once you have the app installed you can begin browsing popular websites and bookmarks, beaming them, adding to a queue, and more.
Hit the break for a press release and demo video showing how simple and manageable Twonky Beam Browser can be!
New Twonky™ App Beams Videos from Your Tablet to TV
Search and wirelessly beam video from your tablet to your TV with Twonky™ Beam Browser
12 October 2011, London, UK & San Diego, Calif. – PacketVideo announced today its Twonky™ Beam Browser video streaming app is now available for iPad and Android tablet users. With Twonky Beam Browser, you can browse Web videos on your tablet and beam them directly to any Internet-connected TV, without needing cables to connect to devices.
The Twonky Beam Browser homepage shows you recommended websites with videos available to beam. You may also browse websites not included in this list and beamable videos are indicated with a Twonky Beam button. These sites can then be added as a bookmark.
Twonky Beam Browser features:
- Control your videos – Beam a video to the big screen and use your tablet to control playbacks, volume and more.
- Queue & save content – Find and add as many videos to the beam queue as you want and beam now or bookmark them for later viewing.
- Seamlessly read & watch – Beam video embedded in news articles to your TV instantly while you continue to read the article on your tablet.
Twonky Beam Browser will run on Apple and Android tablets and is now available as a free download in Android Market or App Store.
“All of our Twonky products are created to improve the digital experience, and since tablets represent a new platform for engaging with digital content, they’re a natural extension for us. Twonky Beam Browser makes it easy to discover new video content and have the best possible viewing experience by instantly beaming it from the tablet to the TV.” – Osama Al-Shaykh, CTO of PacketVideo
“Adding Twonky Beam Browser to our app portfolio streamlines the discovery and enjoyment of video content from the tablet. Our new free tablet app brings beaming to your fingertips – you simply select videos through the app and beam them wireless to your TV, no special cables or costly adapters required.” – Rick Schwartz, Director of Connected Home Software at PacketVideo
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