Hulu Plus Announced for iPhone, iPod Touch And iPad

by on July 1, 2010
in Internet

hulu_logo Hulu, one of the most popular video streaming service besides Youtube has decided to charge its user fee to view HD content. This paid subscription plan will have users paying $10 per month in order to gain access to HD content on Hulu.


Hulu feature which makes it distinct from other streaming service providers is that it allows users to access its services on a wide variety of devices. It is available to standard desktop PC users, users of the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The service is also available on TV, with selected models of Samsung, Sony and Vizio and gaming consoles like Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s PlayStation 3. Hulu is working constantly to add more devices into its service pool.


The Xbox 360 service will be launched in early 2011 as confirmed by Larry Hryb (Major Nelson), Director of Programming for Xbox Live.  “We are taking the time to ensure that the Hulu Plus experience for Xbox 360 is the best on TV and like our other entertainment experiences, it will not be a port, but rather a custom experience that leverages the Xbox Live community features”, said the Director. Sony, a competitor to Microsoft’s Xbox 360 with its Play Station 3 gaming console has also confirmed to VG247 that Hulu Plus will be coming PlayStation 3 soon, with details to be announced “shortly”. Also, Hulu is planning to launch its Hulu Plus service to the US residents in July. Interested viewers can get a preview of what Hulu Plus has to offer by signing up for it.

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