Netflix ad-supported plan won’t support downloads: Report

According to Bloomberg, users won’t be able to download TV series or movies to view offline with the forthcoming ad-supported Netflix plan. The code in the Netflix iOS app, which states “Downloads available on all plans except Netflix with advertisements,” was where the limitation was spotted. Continue reading “Netflix ad-supported plan won’t support downloads: Report”

Netflix introduces external subscription option for iOS users

Apple started enabling “reader” apps earlier this year so that users could log in and pay for a subscription via external connections from locations other than the App Store. Netflix is adding a feature to its iOS app that sends users to its website when they want to sign up for a new membership. Continue reading “Netflix introduces external subscription option for iOS users”

Netflix partners with Microsoft for ad-supported subscription plan

Netflix announced in April that it is planning to offer an ad-supported subscription plan to its customers. This action follows the firm’s downward trend in subscriber growth. The streaming giant lost 200K subscribers in the first quarter of 2022, which is a huge blow. As a result, the company is expected to take some serious actions in the future. Continue reading “Netflix partners with Microsoft for ad-supported subscription plan”

Netflix gets Spatial audio offering an immersive surround sound experience

Netflix has announced spatial audio to all devices in order to improve the audio experience across its catalogue of original titles. The feature should provide more immersive sound, especially for customers who use headphones to watch a TV show or movie. Continue reading “Netflix gets Spatial audio offering an immersive surround sound experience”

Netflix live streaming service reportedly in the works

Netflix may be expanding its foray into livestreaming services. A report from Deadline says that Netflix is also thinking about adding live-streaming to its services. This would make it easier to order unscripted shows, stand-up specials, and other live events. Continue reading “Netflix live streaming service reportedly in the works”

Netflix could bring ad-supported tier by the end of 2022

Netflix Inc. could launch its reduced subscription service with ads by the end of the year, according to a report from The New York Times. The report, which is based on an internal message to staff, also says that the streaming service will start trying to stop its users from sharing passwords around the same time. Continue reading “Netflix could bring ad-supported tier by the end of 2022”

Netflix to launch Exploding Kittens mobile game, TV series

Netflix is making a new mobile card game and a new TV show based on the classic board game, called “Exploding Kittens.” Players will play as many action cards as they like before drawing a card, praying it isn’t the Exploding Kitten card, as stated in the title.  Continue reading “Netflix to launch Exploding Kittens mobile game, TV series”

Netflix gets a “two thumbs up” button: Here’s how it works

Netflix is replacing the previous “thumbs up” button with a new “two thumbs up” option for members to indicate which shows and movies they enjoyed on the platform. The function will be usable on all titles on the Netflix platform, and it will be available beginning April 11 on television, the web, and Android as well as iOS devices. Continue reading “Netflix gets a “two thumbs up” button: Here’s how it works”

Netflix rolls out 3 new mobile games this month

Netflix Games

Since its foray into mobile gaming in November 2021, Netflix has released a slew of titles. For its video game expansion, Netflix has announced three more mobile games that can be played on both iOS and Android devices.
The three titles, This Is A True Story, Shatter Remastered, and Into The Dead 2: Unleashed, were announced in a new blog post by the firm. Continue reading “Netflix rolls out 3 new mobile games this month”

Spotify rolls out ‘Netflix Hub,’ features exclusive music and podcast from Netflix

If you are searching for a soundtrack from your favorite Netflix show/movies, consider yourself lucky! All thanks to Spotify and Netflix’s partnership. Continue reading “Spotify rolls out ‘Netflix Hub,’ features exclusive music and podcast from Netflix”

Netflix starts testing audio-only mode on its Android app

Previously, Netflix rolled out a slew of features including variable playback speeds, screen lock feature, and more to improve the user experience. And now the streaming service has confirmed that it is working on audio-only mode, where users will see a “video off” button toward the top of their full-screen player. Continue reading “Netflix starts testing audio-only mode on its Android app”

Netflix starts testing Mobile + computer HD plan in India at Rs. 349

Netflix has started testing new Mobile+ HD plan in India at Rs. 349 per month that lets users watch on any phone, tablet or computer, but you can’t watch it on TV. This comes after the company released Rs. 199 per month mobile-only SD plan that was released back in July last year. Continue reading “Netflix starts testing Mobile + computer HD plan in India at Rs. 349”

How to set parental control on Netflix

Forced to stay indoors due to nationwide lockdown, a lot of us are spending our time, apart from our work, on streaming services. With a huge number of collections, be it shows or movies, it is easier than ever for a younger audience to stumble upon inappropriate content. Continue reading “How to set parental control on Netflix”

10 tips to get the most out of Netflix streaming service

It’s been almost a month under lockdown and yeah, now we know exactly how it feels to be inside the home all-day. Right now, the majority of the people (including me) are figuring out ways to keep them away from this boredom or what the world called ‘Quarantine Blues’. Continue reading “10 tips to get the most out of Netflix streaming service”

Netflix launches ‘High-Quality audio’ for TV viewers

Starting today, when you watch Netflix on your TV, it should sound even better. Netflix has announced a new feature ‘high-quality audio’, which enhances the sound quality to the next level. This new feature delivers high-quality audio that sounds closer to what creators hear in the studio capturing every little detail is captured for a richer, more intense experience. Continue reading “Netflix launches ‘High-Quality audio’ for TV viewers”