If you have children that you don't want watching mature content on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV, you'll have to block it on each individual provider - there is no catchall setting that does the trick. That means you have to go into Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, YouTube, HBO and any other content provider you might have a subscription to and set up restrictions in one form or another.
With its most recent update, Hulu (version 3.6.1) has finally made it possible to download content for offline viewing. Now you'll be able to download your favorite TV shows and movies to watch while you are on a flight, out in the back country or anywhere else with little or no cell service or access to the internet. Here's how to download Hulu content to your iPhone and watch it offline:
Instead of TV shows and movies consolidating under the umbrella of a single source as many of us once hoped for, there has been an explosion of original content from a plethora of sources that keeps us picking and choosing our subscriptions à la carte. Some of these providers let you download content to watch offline, some don't, and some charge extra for the service.
Hulu fans can consolidate more streaming content thanks to a deal between Hulu and HBO. Subscribers to Hulu with any monthly plan can add Cinemax to their package for $9.99 or HBO for $14.99. This matches the pricing for HBO's stand alone HBO Now app, which brings all of the network's content to mobile devices.
The all-new Hulu experience has officially launched on the App Store. Subscribers can enjoy all of Hulu's on-demand content in a redesigned iOS app. One of the main attractions is the addition of live streaming TV channels, which are available as an account add-on for a higher price. The service includes over 50 channels, along with 50 hours of Cloud DVR storage for recording live feeds.