If you’re a Hulu Plus subscriber who uses the iPad application, an “entirely new” experience is awaiting you in the App Store with update 3.0. This update includes a plethora of new features, including new ways to play content, minimize content, the look and feel of the application, and more. Here is the full change log via iTunes:
What’s New in Version 3.0
We’re excited to introduce you to an entirely new Hulu Plus experience for iPad. In addition to hundreds of internal optimizations, the Hulu Plus app has been redesigned to make browsing more enjoyable than ever and help you discover new and exciting shows with ease. Some things to look out for:
• Minimize a video during playback by tapping the minimize icon or “pinching” the video. The video will continue playing at the bottom of the screen while you use the app to browse, search, or do anything else you can think of.
• Tap on an image of any episode, show, or season to take a peek at what’s inside using the new discovery panel. Have fun casually exploring old episodes within a season or learning more about a new show with as little effort as possible. (Want to get straight to watching content? Just double-tap any image).
• Check out collections of editorially curated shows, clips, and movies. We recommend starting with the “Trending Now” collection of the day’s hottest clips – it’s a great way to see what everybody’s talking about right now.
• Watch clips and short-form content inline, just one tap away.
We’ve made sure to keep all of your favorite features intact, including the popular Kids Lock (iPad-only) which limits the app to ad-free, safe and enjoyable content from our selection of Kids programming.
Give it a try and let us know what you think at email@example.com.
If you are interested in the app, or want to get the update, it is available for free in the App Store here: Hulu Plus. Of course, as stated earlier, a Hulu Plus subscription is required to use the app.
What do you think? Have you tried out the update? Do you like the new interface and features? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.