Well, much better late than never ever. Today Hulu revealed it was lastly including the capability to download programs to see offline, following the function’s addition to Amazon Prime Video and Netflix years earlier. The function is pertaining to iOS initially, and Android users ‘quickly.’

While in a perfect world we had actually all have the ability to view streaming video at ideal quality at any time, the truth is typically far from that. Whether you’re on an aircraft, your fitness center has spotty wi-fi, or you do not wish to utilize your mobile information on the go, there is a myriad of factors you may wish to download videos to view later on.

For me, it’s typically merely to be able to view videos at optimal quality without any buffering. Couple of things are even worse than when a program stops briefly to buffer in the middle of an extreme scene.

There are some cautions. In Hulu’s own words:

Audiences can download approximately 25 titles throughout 5 various gadgets and will have up to 30 days to view their downloaded material. For viewed material, the download will end 2 days after beginning playback. After downloaded material ends, audiences can restore an ended download when online, if that material is still offered on Hulu.

In addition, the strategy is just offered for audiences on the business’s No Advertisements strategy, so you’ll need to pay additional if you’re on the less expensive membership.

Still, it’s a welcome upgrade. Android users will need to stand by for a while longer, however iOS users can upgrade to the most recent variation of the app to check out the brand-new function.