TVOut Genie presents all sorts of documents from iPhone/iPad to TV

Ottawa, Canada – JwalSoft Inc. today updated its successful iPhone/iPod/iPad app to show many types of documents on TV/LCD. The update is free to all existing customers. TVOut Genie is an iOS universal app that enables users to show different kinds of content on TV straight from the device.

With a simple and intuitive user interface, the user can select one of the built-in widgets and present the desired content on TV. These widgets are used at work to present slides, web applications prototypes, or notes. They are also used at home for family/friends photos or even just to play with the camera.

The latest update adds support for many different kinds of documents including (Keynote, Numbers, Pages, PDF, Excel, Word, iWorks, PowerPoint, HTML). It also improves the usability by only projecting the content without the clutter of the controls/toolbar.

Built-in widgets:
* Documents (Keynote, Numbers, Pages, PDF, Excel, Word, iWorks, PowerPoint, HTML)
* Web browser
* Map
* Text editor for notes
* Photo browser
* Facebook
* Camera (only on iPhone/iPod)

Documents can be added through iTunes or through opening documents from another app on the device that supports launching other apps. For example, when you have an attachment in an e-mail, you will have a button in Mail to open it in TVOut Genie.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone 4, iPod 4th gen, iPad
* VGA/Composite or Component Cable
* 3.2 MB

Pricing and Availability:
TVOut Genie 1.5 for iPhone/iPod/IPad is $2.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Business category. Review copies are available upon request. There are more updates coming. Please contact JwalSoft Inc. for more information.

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Jwalsoft is a privately held corporate based in Ottawa, Canada. It was found in 2009 and specialized in developing applications for the iOS platform. Copyright (C) 2009-2011 JwalSoft Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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