Hulu is an excellent streaming service, but it’s only sometimes available to everyone. If you want to watch shows and movies on Hulu but your device isn’t compatible with the site yet, then you can use the beta version of Hulu. This process will get you access to all of Hulu’s content without waiting for them to update their platform or create an app for your device.
Click on “Beta version.”
- At the bottom of the page, click on “Beta version.” It’s a link that says “Beta Version” under the “Sign Up” button.
Click “Join Beta” on the screen that pops up.
Once you click “Join Beta,” you will need to enter your email address and password. This process may take up to 30 minutes, so be patient! After you’ve entered all the information, click on “Join.” You’ll receive an email from Hulu with instructions for the next step.
Enter your email address in the designated box and click “Join Beta.”
- Enter the correct email address.
- Make specific. The email address is valid and yours.
- Enter your password in the designated box and click “Join Beta.”
You’ll receive a confirmation email from Hulu, which you’ll need to click to confirm your account.
The next step is to check your email for a confirmation email from Hulu, which you’ll need to click to confirm your account. Passwords and usernames will have to be entered again, but this time it will be in the form of an app on your phone or tablet.
Once that’s done, you’re ready to download Hulu! Just open up their app on whichever device you signed up with and tap “Download” when prompted. Once it’s finished downloading (which could take some time), go back into the app and tap “Sign in.” From here, all that should be left is logging into Facebook or Twitter so users can access their profiles through the streaming service.
After confirmation, return to the Hulu website and sign in using your previous username.
Once you’ve been confirmed, head back to the Hulu website and log in with your old username. If using a new account, enter the same email address and select “continue.”
Using Hulu’s website, all accounts must be linked using one email address. What happens if someone else uses this email for their own purposes? They would have access to everything that is stored in this particular account.
A password will also need changing if necessary, so make sure it meets these requirements and keep an eye out for any other changes regarding security measures (such as adding two-factor authentication).
Ensure that you’re signed into your new beta account
Next, ensure that you’re signed into your new beta account by selecting the “Sign In” option in the upper right-hand corner of the screen, then selecting “Sign In” again.
If you’ve already been using Hulu on another device or service like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video and want to keep using it on this one, log in with your existing profile. If not, create a new one by entering a valid email address and password (or creating an unverified account).
You can sign up for Hulu’s beta version, but it must be available on all devices.
Hulu’s beta version is available on iOS and Android, but it still needs to be available on Roku. If you don’t have one of those devices, there are still other ways to watch Hulu without paying the monthly fee:
- You can use your computer to access the service through a browser. Just go here to download their desktop app (which works with most major operating systems) and follow their setup instructions. You’ll need an internet connection for this method too!
We hope this post clarifies the procedure for registering for the Hulu beta. As we’ve seen, there are only a few steps involved, but it is still essential to be aware of all the information before jumping in and installing an app that may or may not work correctly. We recommend waiting until Hulu releases its official app on all devices. However, if you want to try out the beta version now, head to our website for more info!