ClickToPlugin Combined With Media Center Brings Airplay To Safari

Safari: For Safari users who have been itching for the same Airplay functionality built into iOS to hit their computers, these two extensions, ClickToPlugin and Media Center, will add Airplay streaming to Safari.

For its part, ClickToPlugin does the work of switching videos into a HTML5 compatible format. Then Media Center sends it to your Apple TV or Airplay receiver.

Both extensions are easy to install and setup, and Media Center only requires inputting the Airplay hostname and password, then it can instantly start streaming. Once you’re set up, a right-click will give you a box to send it directly to your device or TV. You can snag both extensions below.

ClickToPlugin and Media Center [Marc Hoyois’ Homepage via Mac Stories]

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