Windows 8's release is just around the corner. On October 26, Microsoft will officially unveil their latest iteration of the Windows operating system. As most of you know, Windows 8 features an app store, much like the Mac Store and App Store on iOS, and the Google play Store on Android. What wasn't known, however, is what we would be seeing available there at launch.
Companies and developers have started to come out with announcements that their products would be available in the Windows Store. Hulu is one of those developers and they have announced that a Hulu Plus app will be available in the Windows Store as of October 26 to coincide with the launch of Windows 8.
The app will allow users to browse the plethora of content available through Hulu. It has, of course, been optimized for the touch-enabled systems and tablets that Windows 8 has been designed for. The regional rules for content still apply to the app, though I doubt anyone expected anything different.
We're sure to see loads of new apps for Windows 8 being announced through the coming week, and we'll try to make you informed about the most important ones.
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