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Netflix Gains ‘Latest’ Tab and a Feature That Lets You Set Reminder for New Titles

Netflix Gains ‘Latest’ Tab and a Feature That Lets You Set Reminder for New Titles

Netflix is constantly upgrading its platform to help users discover content easily. Recently Netflix began testing human-curated ‘Collections’ feature on iOS. The Collection section will appear on your home screen and offers sections like “Stream & Scream” and “Watch in One Weekend.” The streaming giant has now added a new ‘Latest’ tab that lets you discover new content easily.

Netflix Is Testing a New Human Curated ‘Collections’ Feature on iOS

Netflix Is Testing a New Human Curated ‘Collections’ Feature on iOS

Netflix is testing a new feature called Collections section. Netflix will rely on its team of “experts on the company’s creative teams” to curate the content. As part of the feature, you will get new sections like “Stream & Scream” and “Watch in One Weekend.” The Collections section will appear on the Netflix home screen.

Netflix Announces New High-Quality Audio That Adjusts to Internet Speeds

Netflix Announces New High-Quality Audio That Adjusts to Internet Speeds

Netflix offers a crisp image, as long as you’re paying for the access and have a fast enough internet connection. And now the company is announcing an upgrade to the audio experience, too.

Clicker for Netflix is a Must Have Mac App to Make Binge Watching Easier

Clicker for Netflix is a Must Have Mac App to Make Binge Watching Easier

If your Netflix binge-watching machine of choice is your MacBook, you should take a good hard look at the new Clicker for Netflix app. It brings a native, app-based Netflix experience for your Mac. Your binge watching can be exclusive to a single app and can be customized just the way you like it. No need to meddle with browser tabs.

Netflix is Testing Shuffling Episodes for TV Shows

Netflix is Testing Shuffling Episodes for TV Shows

Netflix has already made it clear that it’s not entirely against the idea of watching television shows out of order. And now the company is testing that capability with a wider audience. Netflix is currently toying with the idea of shuffling random episodes of a TV show where it might not matter the order they’re watched in.

Disney+ Pricing Will Hopefully Set a Benchmark for Apple TV+

Disney+ Pricing Will Hopefully Set a Benchmark for Apple TV+

Earlier this year, Apple took the stage and announced a variety of new efforts, most of which lean heavily into subscription services. Potentially the biggest is Apple TV+, which will see Apple offering a platform for some of the biggest names in Hollywood and creation in general to bring stories to Apple device owners.

How to Mirror Netflix from iPhone to TV

How to Mirror Netflix from iPhone to TV

Netflix has now stopped AirPlay support on Apple TV citing technical limitations. So now, when you try to AirPlay a video from iPhone or iPad to your Apple TV, it just won’t play. But not all is lost. If you’re trying to AirPlay content from your phone, your biggest reason might be the need to control playback from the iPhone itself. There are a couple of ways to can keep this experience going. Here’s how you can mirror Netflix from your iPhone to TV.

Netflix Explains ‘Technical Limitations’ for Dropping AirPlay Support from iOS App

Netflix Explains ‘Technical Limitations’ for Dropping AirPlay Support from iOS App

Last week, Netflix removed AirPlay support from its iOS app citing “technical limitations.” The move comes just a few months before Apple gets around to releasing Apple TV+ and takes on Netflix with its own series of original shows. Given the popularity of Netflix and the amount of stress it puts on user experience, this was an odd move from the company.

Netflix’s iOS App No Longer Supports AirPlay Due to ‘Technical Limitations’

Netflix’s iOS App No Longer Supports AirPlay Due to ‘Technical Limitations’

In a move that’s bound to cause inconvenience to a lot of iPhone users who are heavily into Netflix, the streaming service no longer supports AirPlay. This means that you won’t be able to AirPlay content from the Netflix app on your iPhone/iPad to your AirPlay-compatible TV or one that’s hooked to an Apple TV.

Apple Wants to Help Other Companies Sell Their Streaming Video Subscriptions With Its Own

Apple Wants to Help Other Companies Sell Their Streaming Video Subscriptions With Its Own

On Monday, March 25, Apple is going to announce its newest effort: a streaming TV service with a variety of original content.