YouTube has updated its iOS app giving users the ability to play and control videos from the app on their TVs.
YouTube announced the news on its Google+ page yesterday. Here is more from the post: “Anyone on the same WiFi can join in to control the video or add videos to a playlist (Harlem Shake marathon anyone?). This automatic pairing feature is also available on the YouTube app for Android, and it’s coming to more TVs this year from LG, Sony, Panasonic and others.”
You can see a demo of the feature here.
The version 1.2.1 update also includes the ability to record and upload video via YouTube Capture.