Hulu is possibly the only reliable competitor for Netflix in the US, besides HBO Go, evidently. Hulu gives users access to thousands of movie and TV series, as well as to live TV channels, and more. Today, Hulu 188.8.131.52650 for Android rolled out with some novelties, bug fixes, and more.
Hulu is offering a seamless movie and TV series streaming experience as it is an excellent platform, almost bug-free. Nonetheless, Hulu gives access to more than 85,000 episodes of some of the most popular TV series and thousands of movies. It also allows users to create different profiles for family members, within a single account, so your partner, as well as your kids, can watch Hulu and get personalized recommendations.
The only downside Hulu boasts is its geographical limitation. Accordingly, Hulu is only available to US customers and only across the US. That’s a significant problem for Hulu in its competition with the giants Netflix and HBO Go/Now.
Hulu 184.108.40.206650 for Android Rolled Out With Some Novelties
“Shiver me timbers! This cold has got us under ten different layers, and we’re still trembling. The good news – bugs are freezing to death. We also swatted some of them away as we worked on polishing the Hulu experience for this update. Enjoy your Hulu favorites and remember to stay warm out there,” read the official release notes of Hulu 220.127.116.11650 for Android.
As the release notes suggested, the new Hulu 18.104.22.168650 update for Android is not boasting any visible changes. However, this time, the Hulu devs focused on bringing in several novelties under the hood, including bug fixes and stability and performance improvements. All that to make the user experience with Hulu smoother than before.
The new Hulu 22.214.171.124650 for Android is already available on the Google Play Store or as an APK file. Download it now, sign up for a Hulu plan, if your new to the app, and enjoy thousands of movies, TV series, and many live TV channels.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.