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Last week, when news broke that Hulu was considering some way to bring their streaming video service for watching free TV on the internet to the iPad despite most of their website being built on Flash, a lot of people got excited. Now some are saying that the owners of Hulu definitely want to take Hulu to the iPad, but it will most likely be in the form of a paid subscription service, according to alleged "sources familiar with the company."
We were sad to see that Hulu wouldn't be working on the iPad with Safari's lack of Flash, especially since it's the second-largest video streaming site on the web. Luckily that may change. Word from an "industry insider" says that Hulu may be planning to have an iPad-friendly version of their site by the time the iPad reaches consumers' hands in March of this year.
Yes, we've heard similar things from Hulu's CEO Jason Kilar before, but this time he's super cereal. In an interview with Om Malik earlier this week, Kilar responded positively to several questions regarding mobile versions of Hulu. "The computer in your pocket is very important," Kilar said. "Mobile is a monster – we are very bullish. We will embrace any device."
When asked about an app specifically for the iPad, Kilar went on to say, "We are very big believers in mobile and we don’t think about one device only." Of course it makes sense on such a large, media-centric device.
Hulu is in the process of developing a dedicated application for the iPhone. Described as "badass", the info allegedly comes from an unnamed industry executive who would be in a position to know about it, and it provides the same functionality and features as the Hulu website. It will also supposedly stream over both Wi-Fi and 3G.
Rumors are going around that popular TV and Movie streaming website Hulu is working on releasing a video streaming app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Business Insider claims to have word from what they describe as " a plugged-in industry executive". The app, they say, is coming within the next few months and is described by the source as "badass". Hulu has yet to comment on the rumor.