No sooner than we posted our hands-on video did the link go live, which means you can go ahead and experience high quality video of your favorite shows, streamed to your phone yourself.
There’s not much else to say about the app except that you do need a premium account but in our opinion, it’s totally worth it (especially if you have an Xbox 360 and/or Windows 8 machine).
Head here to the Store to grab it right now. Let us know what you think in comments! [As usual, with apps that are real new to the Store, it could take a few hours for it to hit your region. We're also betting that like the Hulu service itself, this is restricted to the US.]
Bonus: For those who use Bing for daily searches can get a free one-month subscription to Hulu Plus by using their Bing rewards. Thanks, Squatting Hen, for that tip!
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