Hulu finally announced  Hulu Plus for Android. In order to make use of Hulu for Android you have to have one of the only six devices that are currently compatible. As noted on the Hulu blog:

[quote]With the first phase of the Android rollout, Hulu Plus is available on six phones, including the Nexus One, Nexus S, HTC Inspire 4G, Motorola Droid II, Motorola Droid X, and the Motorola Atrix. We expect to add to the number of Android smartphones and will be making additional device announcements throughout the year.[/quote]

Limited support starting off with further devices being added later on. If you’re looking to get in on Hulu now and have a supported device you can jump on past the break for download. You’ll get a free one-week trial and after that it’ll be $7.99.

It has become a fact as the service is now available in the Android Market. We know that support for the app will grow larger because Hulu’s own blog refers to this as the “first phase” and says it plans on announcing more devices that will support the service throughout the year. The free Hulu Plus app is available for download from Android Market, and once installed, Hulu Plus subscribers will be able to enjoy the service on the go. As always, Hulu Plus offers new subscribers one free week to try the service.


Source: Hulu via Androidcentral.