July 14, 2011 | by Charles West
Hulu Plus has added four more Android phones to its short list of supported devices and according to my count, that would bring the total number of phones up to 10. The four new lucky Android phones on the Hulu list are: HTC Thunderbolt, EVO 4G, MyTouch 4G, and the G2. Hulu says that they will continue to add to the list of supported devices in the coming months.
If you own one of these devices, you can hurry over to the Android Market to get your hands on Hulu Plus after the break; the service costs $7.99 a month, my advice is to visit Hulu.com/plus to sign up for a free 14-day trial.
I shouldn’t have to tell you how elated I am, for those of you who read Androinica regularly — already know about my semi-rants pertaining to the lack of acknowledgement (my phone) the original myTouch 4G receives daily. Honestly, I am surprised that Hulu even cared to add such a forgotten phone to this “prestigious” list of supported devices, but hats off to them for doing it.
Hopefully, Netflix will follow Hulu Plus’s lead by doing the same, or if they’re behind the ball the Android community will pick up the slack as they always do.
What about you guys? Are you one of the lucky ones to have the privilege of Hulu Plus streaming? Tell us what’s your experience so far with the app; is it functioning the way it should or is it missing something? As always, leave your thoughts in the comment section below.
Source: Hulu Blog