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The iPad interface for Hulu Plus is a lot like the Web version of Hulu, but it runs a lot more smoothly than the Netflix iPad app.
Scrolling through the list of networks feels a little random--big-name providers are placed side by side with tiny, unknown entities.
Adding individual episodes to your personal queue is an easy task, and necessary for building a playlist to avoid browsing.
Video playback looked as good as HD on the iPad.
The selection of "movies" on Hulu Plus--if we can deem them that--is pathetic indeed. Most people wouldn't even accept this content for free.
On the playlist queue, episodes are broken up by show for easier navigation.
Here's one advantage to having a 4:3 screen like the iPad's: classic TV shows in 4:3 have no letterboxing and actually look great. Seen here: "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour."
Once we had a good experience with one classic show, we naturally wanted to try them all ("Bob Newhart").
Many shows on Hulu Plus have a complete multiseason collection of episodes to browse, but not all of them.
Hulu Plus on the iPhone is pared-down in terms of interface, but surprisingly well-featured and laid out nicely.
Video playback on the iPhone 3GS looked pretty good to us--no need for Retina Display.