Hulu is a leading streaming service provider company that offers live and on-demand movies and exclusive TV series. Even though Walt Disney Company owns most of Hulu, it works as a separate entity and provides subscription-based entertainment with and without ads. Returning users can visit hulu.com/activate to activate their accounts, and new users can follow the guide below for downloading and activating Hulu on their devices.
Before we start the process, you have to understand that Hulu is a cross-platform app. It means you can download Hulu on almost every device that supports live-streaming. In this guide, we’ll be looking at how to download Hulu on Android Smartphones & tablets, smart TVs (both Android and Apple), PlayStation 4, and Roku.
For Apple TV
For Android TV
Usually, Hulu comes pre-installed on most devices. In case your device doesn’t have Hulu, you can download it from your app store. As a user, you can download Hulu on 20+ devices and platforms, including major OSs like Android, Windows, Chrome OS, iOS, MacOS, and Horizon (OS for Nintendo Switch).
Now we got the elephant out of the room; let’s see how to activate Hulu on your devices. Please note that the activation method for Hulu is the same for every device. Whether you are using an Android TV or a PlayStation 4, you can follow the instructions below for activating Hulu.
Note: Before attempting to activate Hulu, make sure you have an active Hulu subscription accessible from hulu.com/activate.
Hulu supports most of the devices, and you can add or remove these devices inside your Hulu dashboard. To start with the activation process, follow the instructions given below.
If you are using a smart TV, you have to take a different route. After downloading the Hulu application on your TV, follow the instructions below.