Hulu Plus integrates Chromecast support

Hulu Plus integrates Chromecast support

Hulu has become the latest service to introduce support for Google’s Chromecast device, according to a post on the official Google blog. The Android version of the app includes the integration immediately; iOS client is due soon. As is the case with YouTube or Netflix, users can simply broadcast their videos to a connected television or monitor with the tap of a button. As a reminder, Hulu Plus service is $7.99 per month with a free trial month for new subscribers.

Now you can easily enjoy your favorite shows, such as “Modern Family,” “New Girl” and “Parks and Recreation,” on your big-screen TV by casting from Hulu Plus on your mobile phone or tablet. It’s the same intuitive, remote-free experience you’ve come to enjoy with the other Chromecast-supported apps, and is as simple as pressing the Cast button which will now appear in the app.

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