Hulu Plus on iPad!

Apple Ipad 16gb tablet
August 26, 2010 at 10:19:57
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Lloyd Parsons
Jun 29, 4:37 pm

Even though it takes a subscription and fee and for now, an invitation, this is big!

I got the iPad app (available now for free in the app store), works very well. Smooth video, good audio and a simple app to use.

http://hulu.com/plus

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August 26, 2010 at 10:21:27
Erilar
Jun 29, 8:03 pm

Lloyd Parsons <lloydpars...@mac.com> wrote:
> Even though it takes a subscription and fee and for now, an invitation, this is big!

> I got the iPad app (available now for free in the app store), works very well. Smooth video, good audio and a simple app to use.

> http://hulu.com/plus

That would be neat for when I'm going to be away from home for an extended time, but I can't see it for everyday use.

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August 26, 2010 at 10:23:25
Lloyd Parsons
Jun 30, 3:40 pm

In article <ui5n26lpsnp4do3vgmvr3o4gmfr6gao...@4ax.com>,
El Castor <No_...@Here.Com> wrote:

> On Tue, 29 Jun 2010 15:37:32 -0500, Lloyd Parsons
> <lloydpars...@mac.com> wrote:

> >Even though it takes a subscription and fee and for now, an invitation, this is big! I got the iPad app (available now for free in the app store), works very well. Smooth video, good audio and a simple app to use.

> >http://hulu.com/plus

> Interesting, but for $10 a month, Netflix is a better deal.

I would agree. But with Hulu you'd get more current shows delayed only a day or two, with Netflix, you have to wait for the DVD to come out for series until the season is well over. Not a big deal for the most part.

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August 26, 2010 at 10:26:36
Tom Harrington
Jun 30, 4:04 pm

In article <lloydparsons-E2A8C9.14402230062...@port80.individual.net>,
Lloyd Parsons <lloydpars...@mac.com> wrote:

Does that affect Netflix's online streaming? If they're not sending me a DVD, does it matter whether the DVD has been released?

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Lloyd Parsons
Jun 30, 4:15 pm

In article <tph-016220.14045030062010@localhost>,
Tom Harrington <t...@pcisys.no.spam.dammit.net> wrote:

Not knowing how they do things, I think the streaming stuff is all on DVD also. I know that all the series I have checked on were available in DVD/BluRay also and most not even available for streaming except some very old or very bad series.

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August 26, 2010 at 10:27:46
El Castor
Jul 1, 4:17 am

On Wed, 30 Jun 2010 15:15:52 -0500, Lloyd Parsons

True, although Bones, Lie To Me, Law and Order, Heroes, and a few others are entertaining -- at least for me. And there are thousands of movies in addition to the TV series. I guess in my case, I'm not ready to give up cable television and my DVR. When Hulu is available on a device like the Roku, which probably won't be long, then ...? But in any case this is an iPad group. (-8

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