Blackberry users will soon be able to watch some movies from their Android phones and tablets on Hulu.
A recent article by The Verge notes that the new feature will allow Hulu subscribers to stream movies and TV shows from their devices to their PCs and Macs.
It will work on devices that support H.264 streaming, such as the Roku 3 and the Apple TV, and will not work on older devices that don’t support H264 video.
The new feature is the latest in a growing trend among video streaming services to support HLS, a new format that is often used for videos in HD and in which video streams are not limited to one frame per second.
Hulu said that this new feature was created to offer more choices for users.
“We want to make the experience of streaming and watching movies and television shows on your smartphone or tablet as seamless as possible, so that you can easily find what you’re looking for,” a Hulu spokesperson said.
Users who want to stream to their devices will have to make a phone call or a tablet login.
Hulu said it was looking to provide the ability to search by location or search by title.
The company said that you will also be able access Hulu apps on your phone.
This feature comes as Hulu has announced plans to expand its service to other countries.
The streaming giant said on Friday that it will begin offering content in more than 150 countries in the coming months, and it said it will launch a “new streaming platform” for subscribers in China later this year.