The iOS app for Hulu’s live TV service has appeared on the App Store with little fanfare. The apps will allow subscribers to the service to stream more than 50 live and on-demand channels, including Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, ESPN, History Channel and TNT. Live TV can also be recorded via a cloud-based DVR for viewing any time, and concurrent streams can be viewed on multiple devices. The service offers up to six personalized profiles so that users within a household can curate their own show, network and movie picks, and the system makes its own recommendations as it learns what users like to watch. The app itself is free to download, but access to the service requires a $40 a month subscription after a one-week free trial (or $44 a month to get rid of commercials). While Hulu’s official guide lists the service as being available on Apple TV as well, there’s currently no tvOS app available.
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