Hulu has announced that their Hulu Plus application and service is finally available for Android users. The application provides Hulu Plus subscribers with much of the content available on Hulu’s website.

We’ve always said our mission is to provide the world’s premium content to people when, how and where they want it. And we know that a lot of people want that content on their Android smartphones. We’ve been working hard to make that a reality, and today, we have begun our early rollout of the Hulu Plus application on Android smartphones.

The free application is now available on the Android Marketplace and all content is, of course, free for subscribers. The only catch is that Hulu Plus is only available on six Android phones today: Nexus One, Nexus S, HTC Inspire 4G, Motorola Droid II, Motorola Droid X, and the Motorola Atrix. Hulu Plus will add support for more devices as the year progresses. One more screenshot is after the break.

 

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