The updated Hulu Plus app has come bearing support for several Android tablets and a new UI for enhanced utility. So individuals who hold the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Asus Eee Pad Transformer, Motorola Xoom, Motorola XYBoard 10.1, Toshiba Thrive, Acer Iconia Tab or LG G-Slate in possession, can now use the service.
Entertainment buffs constantly hooked onto the service should find the improved UI to be the icing on the cake. The new interface has been laced with features such as horizontal trays, larger thumbnails and more. The former enhancement is said to give viewers the liberty to perform gesture swipes for browsing through content.
“When building this app, we looked for ways to grant you instant access to exactly what you want to watch. Once you decide on a show, hold your finger down on the show’s thumbnail and the latest episode of the series will automatically start playing. If you’ve been following a show for a while, hold your finger down on the show’s thumbnail and the next episode will automatically launch based on where you are in the series,” shares software developers, Rajiv Makhijani and Zachary Pinter via the official Hulu blog.
Another addition has come in the form of the ‘What You’re Watching’ tray, which apparently grants users quick access to their favorite content. Furthermore, long-pressing a thumbnail of any preferred show, directly launches the most recent episode of the series. Individuals can deploy these attributes to stay updated with the latest on the entertainment scene.
Owners of the aforementioned tablets can head to Google Play to download the Hulu Plus app and dabble in their preferred content.