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Briefly: Hulu+ adds Chromecast for iPhone, Code School's new iOS Path

updated 06:40 pm EDT, Mon October 21, 2013

TV and movie streaming app adds Google Chromecast extension for iPhone users

Hulu, a subscription-based movie and TV streaming service, has added a Google Chromecast extension to its Hulu Plus app for iOS. Already included for iPad devices, version 3.1.1 of Hulu Plus for iPhone and iPod touch includes access to Google's digital media streaming adapter for those running iOS 6 or later. The addition of Google Chromecast support offers users more ways to stream Hulu Plus content to their high-definition television. Hulu Plus can be downloaded for free on iTunes, and its subscription service is priced at $8 per month.

Code School launches Path aimed at iOS

Code School officially launched its newest 'Path' today, aimed at teaching developers the basics of iOS app building. The online learning platform offers courses that consist of at least five levels. These levels include screencasts and interactive exercises to guide learning, including code challenges that must be solved to move forward to the next level. Code School's iOS stream, known as a Path, includes topics such as the fundamentals of iOS, Objective-C (available for free), and XCode. Users can create a free account to access some content, and can enroll with a monthly membership of $25 for access to all of Code School's courses.





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