Nintendo didn't include a release date for the Hulu app in its email newsletter, but there's a decent chance that it will be available on the eShop in North America when the digital store updates at 12 PM ET.
Although this version of Hulu doesn't have any new and exciting features, it's still remarkable, considering that it is the very first video streaming app that's available on the Nintendo Switch. Hulu has both a general plan for $7.99 a month as well as a Live TV Plan for $39.99 a month, both of which will be honored on the Switch. We used the following test machine to take footage of the PC version and a stock Nintendo Switch for footage of that version of that game.
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It's been over six months since the Switch's release in March.
Yes, while Hulu moves quite fast on the Switch (as zippy as on say, an iOS device), it's missing touch controls.
It's a shame, because the Switch's hybrid nature makes it an ideal platform for streaming videos. Now that some time has passed since the system's launch and Nintendo has proven software can sell on Switch, the addition of some strong apps could also push it as a viable alternative to tablets, as well! It is really shaping up to be the ideal travel companion, with the option to play games while in transit and presenting many more entertainment options once in the hotel room. It does, however, set a good precedent for other more-worldwide services such as Netflix to come to the console soon. Hulu has a vast library of TV shows and movies, plus live and On Demand channels like Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, and more.