The Live Guide works like a conventional TV guide, showing the occasions and length of the shows accessible on Hulu+ Live TV. But today, as noticed by AppleInsider, Hulu has very quietly announced that 4K playback is once again available for customers using the Apple TV 4K or Chromecast Ultra. However, the selection is limited, as is the device support. The Live TV service gives users a chance to stream channels like ABC, Fox, NBC and CNN through the web as a component of their Hulu bundle.More news: HILL HOUSE Star Oliver Jackson-Cohen Is Your New INVISIBLE MAN
Even in its present limited form, having some 4K content available means Hulu is catching up with its rivals in the streaming space - and with more services appearing this year, the market is about to get even more competitive. And the service notes that "while Hulu's library of HD and 4K Ultra HD supported content continues to grow, at this time, it's limited to a select list of programming, like all Hulu Originals".More news: Ministers thirsty for publicity delay Chennai water train's inauguration by 3 hours
According to Hulu, its 4K content streams at an average of 16Mbps, compared to 6Mbps for 1080p or 3Mbps for 720p. And to its Hulu + Live TV service, which is now limited to 720p/60fps HD.More news: Finsbury Works Reckitt's Record $1.4B Opioid Deal - Thu., Jul. 11, 2019
The 4K resolutions should be available now, so if you're a Hulu subscriber, fire up The Handmaid's Tale or Catch-22 to see all those extra pixels. This stands in stark contrast to Netflix and Amazon Prime, both of which offer 4K HDR video for their original content as well as some outside productions.