The lights are on
Nintendo has announced that Hulu Plus is now available on the 3DS, 3DS XL, and the new 2DS. The service can be downloaded now from the eShop.
Hulu Plus is a paid subscription service that gives users access to television shows and movies. The current subscription rate is $7.99 per month, and it includes a hub for children's programming.
Our TakeMy kids enjoy watching Netflix on their 3DS. While I'm not a Hulu Plus subscriber, I can image that they would be just as taken with it. For those households that have Hulu Plus, especially those that have ditched cable altogether, this is a great option to have.
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FINALLY!!! After all these years! -cries-
Get ready to pull your microscopes out.
Not in Canada... download time !
All right! It's an awesome time to have a 3DS.
Maybe youtube will be next.... Also, I don't know why everyone is complaining about the load times for Netflix, it's not that bad.
This is pretty awesome! I will be using this. All the 3DS needs now is some kind of anime app, Miiverse 3D, and Youtube!
It's about time! How about bringing it to the Vita's superior screen as well?
There is a place for Netflix and Hulu on 3DS, it's not the best platform for them, but it's always nice to have them on hand. I've used Netflix on 3DS quite a bit, but prefer it on the TV.
It's about time. I mean, I don't care for HuluPlus since I don't use it, but it was announced that HuluPlus is coming to the 3DS back in 2011. Why did it take them 2 years to push this thing out?
I just want a Vudu & Amazon app and i'll be happy.
Just another sign of the times and cable's end. Streaming is the way of the future and Nintendo's wise to get onboard.
*wipes tears* finally.