Experiencing Netflix on your Apple TV is now more enjoyable and consistent with Apple's guidelines as the app has adopted the native video scrubber in tvOS 15.
The price of Netflix subscriptions in the US is going up, and the company's already emailed some users about the change. Is there anything you can do about it?
Sharing access to a single Netflix account is pretty easy and straightforward if you live in a house with more than one person. The streaming service technically hosts options like multiple profile support, for instance. However, password sharing is still a problem for the streamer, and it's working on ways to crack down.
Do you happen to be a fan of the trivia game Trivia Crack? If so, Netflix might have some good news for you today. The streaming service is about ready to launch a brand new interactive series, and it's based on that particular trivia game.
Disney+ might not be the most expensive streaming service on the market right now, but it's also not the cheapest. Which means there's some room to save some customers some money. But only if they're willing to trade that cash for ad-viewing, of course.
Netflix's Fast Laughs feature, basically a TikTok-inspired feed of amusing 30-second clips, is now rolling out to compatible TV devices and could also soon launch on the Apple TV streaming box after previously debuting on smartphones.
Learn how to remove movies and TV shows from your “Continue Watching” list on Netflix on your iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, as well as Android devices, TV sets and computers.
Stop us if you've heard this one before: Netflix is raising the prices for its plans. And, like times before, the change is going into effect immediately for new customers. Existing customers, though, will have some time before the change happens.
You can now see a list of the top 10 Netflix movies and television shows in different countries around the world, with data refreshed weekly every Tuesday.
It has been a week since Netflix Games officially launched. This new feature baked right not the Netflix streaming service allows subscribers to access a handful of mobile games right on their devices. At first, the service was only available on Android devices. However, it didn't take long before Netflix confirmed iOS support was in the works.
Netflix has begun running a test of a new TikTok-like feature that's aimed at kids, providing a dedicated new feed filled with short clips that are viewed horizontally.
Back in July of this year, it was confirmed that Netflix had its eye set on jumping into the video game market. The company was making some hiring moves to justify the additional attention, and then, sure enough, before the end of that same month it confirmed that it would be supporting mobile games as part of a Netflix user's monthly subscription.