Recently, Disney confirmed that its distribution deal with Netflix would be coming to a close by the time the new release schedule for 2019 rolled around.
Netflix landed a pretty big deal in 2012 when it acquired the ability to start streaming Disney movies from the platform, of which the fruits of that deal only really started to crop up.
Finally, Netflix has introduced offline playback feature for its mobile apps – for the iPhone and iPad. There’s no offline support for desktop users. Given the risk of increased piracy, that makes sense. But this move means that you’ll be able to binge watch your new favorite Netflix find when you’re community on the metro or when you’re on a vacation, far from cheap/stable internet connection.
Netflix, the video streaming service, hasn’t offered an offline playback option for customers up to this point, but that could be changing.
When it comes to streaming content, being able to save it for offline listening or viewing is becoming more and more important.
Netflix released a new version of its iOS app with an option that allows you to control the quality of the video you see, and in turn allowing you also to manage the data usage on your iPhone or Cellular iPad. No more relying on Netflix’s built-in network analyzer, the controls are now in your capable hands. Read on for a quick tutorial on how to configure this new and very useful option to avoid paying overage charges.
Watching a movie on our mobile devices is one of the many perks, but streaming may not always be an option thanks to data caps from wireless carriers.
Amazon has stepped up its fight against Netflix by making its video streaming service available without a Prime subscription. The standalone video service will cost $8.99 a month, which is $1 a month less than the most popular Netflix plan.