Hulu, an American subscription video on demand service owned by Hulu LLC, a joint venture with The Walt Disney Company, has been doing well in the internet streaming industry. Hulu brings you original TV shows the very next day after they are aired and also offers Criterion Collection, the one-stop destination for the best award-winning critically acclaimed movies. We had already reported that Hulu is planning to take on PlayStation Vue and Sling in the live television category. Finally, Hulu’s Live TV service and streaming app has been launched on iOS App Store and Google Play Store

Hulu’s Live TV service and streaming app available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices

Hulu has finally launched Live TV service and streaming with an app on iOS App Store and Google Play Store. Named “Hulu with Live TV”, the service offers users access to popular television networks. To get started, you’ll need a subscription, a supported device, and a high-speed internet connection. Hulu with Live TV is presently available on Apple iPhone and iPad, Android phones and tablets, Apple TV, Xbox One, and Chromecast.

Hulu with Live TV (Beta) provides access to additional features including recording Live TV with your Cloud DVR to watch your favorites anytime, watching concurrent streams on multiple devices, tracking and recording games from your favorite teams with My Teams. After you download the app, you can choose Hulu with Live TV (Beta) plan to access entire Hulu streaming library plus over 50 live and On Demand channels.  Live channels include ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, FX, NBCSN, FS1, History Channel, TNT and others popular channels.

Hulu with Live TV (beta) will cost you $39.99 per month. If you would like to enjoy the service without commercials, then you’ll have to shell out $43.99 per month. As expected, add-on services will be available at extra cost. Once you subscribe, you will be able to stream on two screens at a time and have 50hrs of DVR storage in the cloud.

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