Needless to say, this is huge. Apple is not even allowing developers to include this feature yet, so being able to do this already and without the consent of developers or content owners is nothing short of a miracle. You'll find the AirVideoEnabler hack on Cydia, in the default repositories normally (or just add http://cydia.zone-mr.net if you can't find it), free of charge. Incredible right? [via 9to5mac]
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November 26, 2010
Less than 48 hours after first being demoed in a third-party application, AirPlay, Apple's new streaming feature has already been hacked and can now be activated inside almost any app. The hack is called AirVideoEnabler, and it does exactly what you would expect. Once activated, it will give you the option to stream videos from inside almost any app on your iPad to your Apple TV. The only restriction is that the app must be using Apple's default video controller, which is the case for most apps, including Safari, MLB at bat or Netflix, but not Hulu for example. Check it out: