Netflix debuted its gaming service for Android at the beginning of this month, leaving iOS users waiting patiently for their turn to play. However, iPhone and iPad owners can now cheer the arrival of Netflix Games on their devices.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports that Netflix Games could be forced to enlist each game offered on the App Store. Due to Apple’s rules, users will have to download and install each game separately, denying Netflix the ability to provide a cohesive experience within the main app.
Netflix is taking on Apple Arcade and is entering the world of mobile gaming with five titles: ‘Stranger Things: 1984,’ ‘Stranger Things 3: The Game,’ ‘Shooting Hoops,’ ‘Card Blast,’ and ‘Teeter Up.’ Dubbed Netflix Games, the mobile gaming service is first launching on Android, with support for iOS “on the way.”
Netflix has unveiled its next prominent feature. The streaming giant now allows subscribers in Poland to play Stranger Things game within the Netflix app.
Netflix today announced its plans for expansion into the gaming industry. Along with the TV shows and movies, you’ll be able to play free of cost and ad-free games on the Netflix app on your mobile. Netflix believes that gaming is “another new content category,” and is similar to its “expansion into original films, animation, and unscripted TV.”
Netflix has introduced a new feature that lets you watch partially downloaded content. The feature has debuted on Android, and Netflix will start testing the same for iOS users “in the coming months.”
Netflix is reportedly considering launching its own Apple Arcade-competitor. The company is looking to hire an executive to oversee its expansion into video games. It has approached a number of veteran executives from the gaming industry to join the company and oversee the development and expansion of its gaming service.
Netflix today is officially rolling out its new ‘Play Something’ feature for everyone. This new feature will help you decide what to watch, in case you’re having trouble in choosing what to watch.
Netflix could soon start cracking down on password sharing. The company has started showing messages to some Netflix subscribers using a “borrowed” password that “If you don’t live with the owner of this account, you need your own account to keep watching.”
Netflix has launched a new “Fast Laughs” feature for Android and iOS. The “Fast Laughs” feature is integrated within the Netflix app.