iPad 2 Benefits From Boxee Box Firmware Update: Streaming Made Easy

Media streamer Boxee Box powered by D-Link will now be receiving a firmware update 1.1 in May, which will benefit those of you who have or are thinking of getting an iPad 2. The service which currently streams content from internet sites such as BBC iPlayer and YouTube is up against stiff competition from the likes of Apple and Google TV as well as Roku.

The new update which will take place during the month of May will give its users an improved on-screen display with better video controls and as Rue Liu at slashgear stated, a faster loading web browser and now support for listing other European languages such as Swedish, Arabic, Turkish and so on.

As well as this, to aid your viewing experience and to iron out any potential problems, the new firmware update will check for bug fixes and bring out new enhancements every third month.

Along with this, we can now share more information in relation to the actual Boxee Box iPad app. As businessinsider.com reported, it seems that this concept is only just around the corner, with a majority of you being able to test the service out first before being fully available.

What are your thoughts on Boxee’s new update? Will you be benefiting from it? Let us know.