You’re probably used to watching Hulu Plus on your laptop or desktop, but now you can watch it on two screens.
The streaming service launched a new app for iOS and Android today, allowing you to access the service from both your laptop and tablet.
You can access Hulu Plus from the main app, but you can also use the two devices together to watch videos and play games.
Hulu Plus is currently available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and the Roku Stick, which is available now on the Roku 4, Roku 3, Roku 2, and Roku 3 Stick.
For now, Hulu Plus only supports video on demand and includes a basic set of streaming services: Hulu, HBO GO, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video.
Hulu Plus currently offers premium features such as the ability to watch shows and movies across devices and access to a library of exclusive original series and movies.HBO GO and Netflix are not yet available on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, but will soon be.
You can check out the Hulu Plus app for the iPhone and iPad here.
You’ll also be able to watch Hulu Plus via your TV through a Chromecast.
Hulu says Chromecast users can watch Hulu on Chromecast, as well as on Apple TV.
The service also has support for the Roku 3.
You’ll be able stream Hulu to your Roku 3 or Roku 3+ through this new app.
Humeleth TV, a Roku channel that includes live programming, is also coming to the Roku TV and Roku Player on July 21.
Husband and wife, you can stream your Hulu Plus videos from any connected TV to your Android smartphone or tablet through this app.
You also can stream the Hulu video to the new Roku TV or Roku Player.
You should also be aware that Hulu Plus has limited options for streaming video to your Apple TV or Chromecast via its own app.
The Hulu app will not support Apple TV and Chromecast apps, and there are no plans to support them either.
HollywoodLIVE, Hulu’s original content program, will be available for Apple TV in the coming months, but Hulu Plus does not support the new Chromecast and Apple TV apps yet.
HuffPost Live will also be available to Apple TV on July 24.
Hulu will also support the Chromecast on July 20.
The app is available on all devices and for all major platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Hulu also has access to its own content library, and you can browse through the Hulu library to find the content you want to watch.