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All posts tagged "hulu"


Saturday, July 16, 2011

Hulu Adds Support For More Devices: Now Requires Two Hands To Count

Posted by Jason Lee in "Android Software" @ 06:00 AM

http://blog.hulu.com/2011/07/13/and...smartphones/?rl

"Three weeks ago, we announced our early rollout of Hulu Plus to six select Android smartphones. Today, we're pleased to announce we're adding four additional Android smartphones to our list of Hulu Plus-enabled devices, bringing the total to 10 supported devices."

The latest update to the Hulu app for Android adds support for four more Android devices. Hulu Plus subscribers may now enjoy watching their content on the HTC Evo 4G, HTC ThunderBolt, HTC myTouch 4G and G2 in addition to the previously supported Nexus One, Nexus S, HTC Inspire 4G, Motorola Droid II, Motorola Droid X, and the Motorola Atrix. And there was much rejoicing...


Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Hulu Plus Now Available For A Few Android Devices

Posted by Jason Lee in "Android Software" @ 06:00 PM

http://blog.hulu.com/2011/06/22/hul...droid-roll-out/

"We've always said our mission is to provide the world's premium content to people when, how and where they want it. And we know that a lot of people want that content on their Android smartphones. We've been working hard to make that a reality, and today, we have begun our early rollout of the Hulu Plus application on Android smartphones."

Looks like Hulu is following in Netfix's footsteps by releasing their Android app to a whopping six devices. Yep, six. These devices are...... the Nexus One, Nexus S, HTC Inspire 4G, Motorola Droid II, Motorola Droid X, and the Motorola Atrix. So if you happen to be a Hulu Plus subscriber and happen to have one of these devices head over to the Android Market and get your Hulu on! The rest of you can go on waiting for Nexflix to be released for your device.


Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Hulu For Android Coming Soon -- To "Select" Devices

Posted by Kevin Jackson in "Android Software" @ 02:00 PM

http://downloadsquad.switched.com/2...ly-coming-soon/

"Android users who have been waiting for Hulu to release an app for their devices now have an official light at the end of the tunnel."

Do you want to watch the latest episodes of The Office, House, or Saturday Night Live on your phone? Your chance may soon be here -- if you have one of the "select" 2.2 phones that Hulu will be releasing the app for. Honestly I wish I could be more excited about this news, but if the Netflix announcement we saw recently is any indication, this will only be available for devices with hardware DRM, which likely leaves out a large portion of current devices.

How about you? Are you excited about this announcement? Do the DRM-blues have you down? Do you think the current stable of devices will be largely Hulu and Netflix free? Would you upgrade just to be able to watch videos on the go? Let us know in the forum (just click the "Discuss" link).

Tags: video, drm, hulu, netflix

Thursday, February 24, 2011

PlayOn App Brings Hulu and Netflix To Android

Posted by Karey Westfall in "Android Software" @ 06:30 AM

https://market.android.com/details?...layon.playonapp

"Hulu, Netflix Instant Queue*, Comedy Central, MLB.tv*, CNN, CBS, ESPN, ESPN3, TV.com, SpikeTV, The Ultimate Fighter, Amazon VOD, TBS, BET, Adult Swim, Oprah Winfrey Network, Nick, PBS, PBS Kids, MTV, Vevo, and many more. Now you can watch the online content from all of these channels on your Android Phone."

The PlayOn application lets Android 2.2 and up users watch your favorite channels via your mobile device. It includes Netlix, Hulu, Adult Swim, TV.com and other popular channels. The app allows for connection by 3G or Wi-Fi as long as you have the PlayOn Media Server running on your PC. The app is free to download, but there is a subscription fee for the Media Server plus certain channels require an additional subscription fee. If unsure whether you want to pay for the server or not, there is a 14 day free trial to help you make up your mind. But for some Android users unable to support channels on their own, it may be well worth the fee!


Friday, January 7, 2011

CES and More: News Bits You May Have Missed

Posted by Jon Westfall in "Android News" @ 07:30 PM

On the go? Just need the facts? That's why I'm here! I've been dishing out news assignments to our editors here and over on Windows Phone Thoughts, and figured I'd pop my head in with the headlines that didn't make it (Not for lack of merit!). Here we go...

Not too bad huh? And it's really only from the last 48 hours!


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