Hulu Apk Modified to Work on All Android Devices
The Hulu and Netflix duo is one of the greatest application combinations of all time. When you have both, you can watch virtually anything. However, some Android phones do not have access to Hulu and cannot share in the love of streaming high quality video.
Until now, that is. XDA-Developers Junior Member blunttedsmurf has posted a modified Hulu apk that can be installed on any Android device. This means that those who did not have prior Market access can now feel the Hulu love. It does not even require root access, so our friends with their warranties intact can enjoy it as well.
While this is a hacked application and it is free, it does not give you all access. As blunttedsmurf says:
It does not, I repeat does not require root!! YAY!!! No it does not give you free access to hulu plus, you still have to get a paid subscription to view the paid content. But if you don’t have paid subscription, you can still view the free gallery.
So you still need a subscription to view the paid content, but that shouldn’t stop those interested from checking it out. You can find a video and the download for Hulu in blunttedsmurf’s thread.
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