Download the Hulu app from Windows Store and get a 2-month trial

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Microsoft has a great deal on the Windows Store right now, but it only involves the Hulu app. Should folks download the Hulu app right now, they will get the chance to grab a 2-months subscription for free. Yes, this is double the usual 1-month trial, and only folks who have never subscribed before can take advantage of the offer.

With Hulu, users can watch their favorite TV series and their favorite movies at any time. Furthermore, folks can choose between having limited commercial or no commercial at all. Having no commercial means the user will pay a little extra, but if the contents are solid, then who cares, right?

It should be noted Hulu is available on the desktop, mobile devices, and video game consoles such as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It simply means no matter where folks are located, they will have access to their shows and movies as long as an Internet connection is available.

Features of the Hulu app:

  • Search and play your favorite shows using Cortana voice search both before entering the app and in it.
  • Receive Live Tile updates on the hottest shows.
  • Resume watching from where you left off on your supported devices.
  • Add your favorite videos to your queue for instant access.
  • Search for content across episodes, clips, and movies.
  • Watch over WiFi, 3G, and 4G.

Bear in mind the 2-month subscription trial only lasts until July 18, 2016. Act ow before the offer goes away because we’re almost sure it won’t return for a long time. Furthermore, the cost of plans begin at $7.99, and to have SHOWTIME as part of the package, that will be an additional $8.99.

Download the Hulu app from the Windows Store.

If you’re not into Hulu, the FXNOW app is available along with the official Netflix app.

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  • I think I got 3 months from Sony with my PS3 back in the day. By the time the free trial was over, I had a very good idea what HULU was good for. It was a terrific DVR for the stations I actually watch (sorry, I’m not over 60, so CBS didn’t grab me). It had all those Criterion films (soon to leave) and enough BBC to keep me happy for a long, long time. It has some Comedy Central stuff, and some other channels that the owners (NBC, ABC and FOX) own but not all of their stuff. It is, on the other hand, a terrific system (and you can now add HBO or Cinemax). Grab the free, stay for the fun.