Back in May, Hulu launched a newly redesigned app alongside a beta for a new live TV use for Apple TV, Xbox One, iOS, Android, and Chromecast devices. Today, a new interface and live TV beta are coming to Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire Stick devices.
Hulu’s live TV service — that a association is really transparent to note is still in beta, for whatever that means in today’s universe of program growth — costs $39.99 per month. It gets we over 50 channels of live television, including a common collection of critical ones like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, FX, USA, TBS, Disney Channel, and more. (Check Hulu’s website to see what we get in your area.)
It’s value indicating out that a accepting of a new pattern hasn’t accurately been comfortable over a past few months. While Hulu’s new demeanour positively offers a visually nicer experience, there have been numerous complaints about a updated interface being treacherous to use and lacking facilities offering in prior versions of a app.