Hulu Plus Headed To Android “In Coming Months”

At last night’s Samsung keynote, Hulu CEO Jason Kilar went on stage, and announced that Hulu Plus would be headed to Android devices in the near future. It won’t be for everyone, though, as detailed in a blog post by the company:

During Samsung’s keynote at CES today, Hulu CEO Jason Kilar announced for the first time that Hulu is working to bring the Hulu Plus subscription service to select Android™ phones (running Android OS 2.2), and gave the audience a sneak peek at the Hulu Plus Android app during the presentation. Hulu Plus will be available on select Android mobile phones in coming months; we’ll announce further details as soon as we have an official launch date and complete list of Hulu Plus-enabled Android phones. We hope you’re as excited as we are!

For many of our users, the preferred way to enjoy Hulu Plus is by lounging on the living room couch, watching on a sleek new HDTV. (Thanks, Santa!) Today, Hulu is giving you one more way to watch current episodes of Modern Family, Glee, The Office, and more from the comfort of your living room: Hulu Plus is now available on Vizio Internet-connected HDTVs, and is coming soon to Vizio Blu-ray players. As with any new Hulu Plus device, the team has worked extremely hard to develop an optimized experience for these platforms.

If you decide to pick it up when it comes out, be careful if you’re on a limited data plan. It’ll chew through your gigabytes like nobody’s business.

[via GigaOm, image via Gadgetsteria]

QIK Adds Support for Droid, Offers Improved Streaming Capability

Quk has just announced support for Android 2.0 and the Motorola Droid. In addition, Qik now has the capability to stream 720×480 video from the handset. Full press release after the video sample and the break.

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Droid Does Qik!

Our eyes popped a few weeks back when we first learned about the powerful Motorola Droid and the potential it has with its amazing camera. We set out to enhance our Android client to not just have the basic Droid and Android 2.0 support – but also showcase the power of the device. Today we are really excited to announce that no only can you download the Qik client from the Android Marketplace that supports Droid, but also request early beta access to a high-res Qik client for Droid that can capture videos in DVD resolution.

Share your experiences in DVD resolution

With this device we are raising the bar on quality – yet again! Qik for Droid can now capture of DVD resolution (720×480) video – first ever by any live mobile video provider. If you are interested in giving this beta version a try send an email to droidbeta@qik.com

Droid and Android 2.0 support

We have reworked our UI to support Droid’s amazing new high resolution screen.

Sharing gets more personal with improved Speed Sharing Ribbon
The Qik Speed Sharing Ribbon(TM) makes it easy to share what you are seeing with your friends. You can create shortcuts to select contacts from your phone and place them in the Speed Sharing Ribbon so that the next time you Qik you can share your Qiks with them with just a tap on the screen. You can even record your Qiks as private and share them privately just by selecting a person from the Speed Sharing Ribbon. Also, you can setup your sharing preferences for your favorite social networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube right from the phone and have them appear on the Speed Sharing Ribbon enabling you to share your Qiks with ease.

So, equip your new Droid device with Qik by downloading it from the Android Marketplace and let us know what you think by sending an email to android@qik.com.

[via BGR]