Amazon: Oh yeah, we’ll have Hulu Plus on the Kindle Fire, too
Amazon shout out an addendum to their Wednesday press release to include the fact that Hulu Plus will also be included in the Kindle Fire experience. As is the case with other Android products with access to Hulu Plus, it allows for users to instantly watch thousands of TV episodes across networks including ABC, Comedy Central, The CW, FOX, NBC, MTV, VH-1, and hundreds more. Pricing is still the same, running $7.99/month with limited advertising.
In addition to Hulu Plus, Amazon also wants to announce that ESPN ScoreCenter will be available for the Kindle Fire. Like its current Android version already available for phones and tablets, it provides scores, news, and standings from hundreds of sports leagues around the world.
A quick recap is in order: Thousands of apps, thousands of TV shows, hundreds of sports leagues, millions of books, movies, and songs. Got it?
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