Netflix loves those streaming numbers, but sometimes users need to download content to watch when their schedule permits.
It’s a slow Friday, so how about we check out what Netflix has been working on for the last couple years in regards to its logo?
Being able to quickly share something that interests you is important, so it’s always a good thing when apps support the effort.
Netflix just announced that it is raising prices, which may be a sticking point for a lot of subscribers. But that isn’t stopping the streaming company from looking ahead and staying competitive in a very busy market.
Netflix today announced that it is going to raise its subscription fees in the U.S. by 13 percent to 18 percent. Netflix had last hiked its subscription fees in 2017 but that was only for its HD and 4K Premium plans.
Current Netflix subscribers can have their monthly subscription billed through iTunes if they want, which can make consolidating monthly bills a bit easier.
If you are an avid user of the Netflix app on iOS, then today’s update for the app may be a welcomed one.
Netflix is continuously investigating ways to earn more subscribers, especially considering Disney+ is on the way to give Netflix a major competitor in the streaming market, and that includes various payment tiers.
Netflix has removed the ability for new users to sign up for its service via its iOS app. The company has done this so as to avoid paying Apple the 30 percent cut every time a new user signs up for Netflix using its iOS app.
There are a lot of different TV shows available to stream on Netflix, and the service is testing out a way to maximize promotions while you binge away.