Video hosting site Viddler is joining the growing number of companies that are jumping on the HTML5 bandwagon with its public beta program that serves Flash and HTML5 version of videos.
According to Viddler’s Robert Sandie, the company is testing a system that watches for video requests from iPhone and iPad users so it can serve content they can see.
Adding HTML5 support means iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users can now watch Viddler-hosted videos. Previously, they couldn’t watch Viddler content because the devices don’t support Adobe’s Flash platform.
Viddler’s HTML5 public beta is open to business and partner accounts.