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.
Netflix is offering select Original series and movies for free. Mac and iPad users can take advantage of Netflix’s limited free access and watch shows without having to pay anything. Strangely enough, iOS is excluded from the list.
As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic forces companies and governments all over the world to advise people to work from home, video streaming services like Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube have started downgrading video quality in some regions. This is to help preserve the internet bandwidth for people working from home.
According to a report by Economic Times, Netflix is testing long term subscription plans in a bid to get more subscribers in the country. As expected, the 12-months plans will be laced with discounts to the tune of 20-50%.
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 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 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.
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 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.