Hulu announced today that users can now watch video content on its mobile website without needing to sign up for a subscription.
The catch is that they can only view clips, not full episodes or movies. When users go to Hulu.com on their mobile device, they'll be taken to a page of "hand-picked" content selected by the site's editorial team "just waiting for you to snack on."
The site opens to a "trending" tab, but users can also browse clips in five other categories: Trailers, Comedy, News, Celebrity and Latino. Viewers can also see clips from select shows.
To watch full episodes you still need a Hulu Plus subscription, which will likely sound tempting as you're teased with a hilarious next segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that's clip-less.
Check out more of TechRadar's blips if you can tear yourself away from watching clips of The Voice long enough.
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