Over at the official Android Central Facebook page, users have been listing the apps they most want to see come to Android. Hulu and Netflix are the two near-universal choices, with a smattering of games thrown in for good measure. We know Netflix is working on an app, but Hulu has been mum. Netflix hasn't given anything more than a vague hint, leaving Android media streaming lovers out in the cold. People have even resorted to using third party solutions to get their Hulu fix on. Hey guys, you do know that the best way to get money for your product and services is to sell it to people willing to buy, right? [Facebook]
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