Time to get those popcorn ready for some movie marathon as Hulu may now be installed on your Android device. Yes you read it right, tons of TV shows and movies are now right at your fingertips through Hulu, which has been made to run on an Android device thanks to a developer who goes by the name blunttedsmurf.
The catch is that you should have a Hulu account to access the Hulu Plus service otherwise you’ll have to settle for the free gallery. The tweak itself is free and you don’t even have to root your device to do it.
Hulu has been a very popular streaming service and now that it’s possible to run on Android, it just gives you more flexibility on how you want to view your media, at home or outside. Hulu offers lots of movies and TV shows on demand that it sure beats having to carry your portable drives to watch your favourite films.
The developer who made the tweak offers two versions of it, one for regular Android devices and another for landscape-only devices such as the Motorola Xoom LTE and the Logitech Revue.
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Hulu plus is not available on all android devices, its actually been available on the android market since last year may b 2nd quarter 2011, I had it on my Nexus S then i got an update to ICS and its still there on androids newest software….i bought the Asus Transformer TF101 and its running HC 3,2,1 but the Hulu app isn’t available, doesn’t make sense that its available on ICS but not HC, once the app is available for all android devices the this article will be true….
Genius Michael R…. They are not telling you to find it via Market Place. You need to go into your APP settings and check “Allow Unknown Sources” this way you can install APPS from places other than the Market. Then use your web browser on the device to download the .apk file that has been modded and install it that way…. Works on my Kindle Fire that was Rooted and now Runs Android 4.0….
What they don’t tell you is that you have to not only create an account for some gaming website, but you ALSO have to provide credit card information–which supposedly they won’t charge unless you purchase something separately. No thanks–I have no desire to give all my information to some unknown site. It’s bad enough that they trick you into creating account, so I’m sure they will be spamming me shortly.