Those rocking the Hulu Plus app on an Android device may want to fire up Google Play and download the latest — especially if you are using the app on a 7-inch device. But first, the basics. The Hulu Plus app is free to download, but still requires a Hulu Plus subscription to get any use. The subscription will set you back $7.99 per month, however this update will allow new users to get a free one-week trial. Otherwise, this latest update has brought the following;
- Improved support for 7” Tablets
- Improved support for high-resolution screens
- Compatibility with various ICS devices
- Various bug fixes and optimizations
And lastly, the Hulu Plus app is noted as working on select Android 2.2 or later phones as well as select Android 3.0 or later tablets. That said, here are the devices that Hulu notes specifically as being compatible.
Acer Iconia Tab A200, A500, A511 , Asus Eee Pad Transformer , Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime , Amazon Kindle Fire, Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet , HTC Flyer , LG G-Slate , Motorola Xoom , Motorola Droid Xyboard , Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 , Toshiba Thrive , Vizio 8″ Tablet
HTC Rezound , HTC Evo 3D , HTC Evo 4G , HTC Incredible 2 , HTC Inspire 4G , HTC Sensation , HTC Thunderbolt , LG G2X , LG Revolution , Motorola Atrix , Motorola Bionic , Motorola Droid 2 , Motorola Droid 3 , Motorola Droid 4 , Motorola Droid X , Motorola Droid X2 , Motorola Droid RAZR , Nexus One , Nexus S , Samsung Galaxy SII , Samsung Galaxy Nexus , T-Mobile G2 , T-Mobile myTouch 4G
Of course, even that may not be entirely complete and/or accurate. For example, I was able to download (and use) the Hulu Plus app on my CM9-running HP TouchPad.
Via [Google Play]