Netflix recently killed support for Apple’s AirPlay streaming technology in its iOS app. But there’s no conspiracy here, Netflix says.
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Netflix is testing a new mobile-only plan for customers in India as it looks to reach more customers.
No surprise here, but Netflix confirmed last night that it will not participate in Apple’s coming video service.
Apple's video streaming service said to launch in April or early May as the company looks to get HBO, and others on the platform.
Netflix brings its Smart Downloads feature to iOS following Android and Windows 10 launch.
Mobile app users in the United States spent over $1.3 billion in 2018 on video-on-demand services like Netflix and Hulu.
Netflix announced today that it is raising the price of its streaming video service by 13 to 18 Percent in the United States.
Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Spotify get themselves into Facebook's next big privacy controversy.
Netflix looks to offer a cheaper subscription plan in some region as it aims to expand its reach.
Disney's digital streaming service is almost here as the company looks to remove its content from Netflix.
Apple looks to launch a new digital media strategy by early 2019 with free original shows for Apple device owners.
Apple wants to stay away from violence, sex, politics, and religion for its original shows.
Microsoft's Xbox One consoles are getting support for Dolby Vision HDR.
Netflix starts testing a new payment method to avoid having to pay the Apple tax.
Netflix updates its simple speed test tool to allow users get more information on their internet speed.
Netflix's new feature will make sure you always have something downloaded to watch when you have no internet.
Several cord-cutting services have announced price hikes recently. This isn't the way it's supposed to work.
Last week, I provided an update on our cord-cutting efforts. Maybe I should have waited, as things are changing yet again.
Netflix is frustrating to use and is in dire need of a UX overhaul. And I know exactly how to fix it.
After just a few weeks of testing cord-cutting services in our new home, I've uncovered something unexpected.
Several months after Netflix provided offline support on Android and iOS, the service has finally brought this functionality to Windows 10 too.
Netflix has finally added a feature that users have been clamoring for: The ability to download TV shows and movies and watch them offline.
This week, Microsoft claimed that 4K content from Netflix was now available exclusively for Windows 10 PCs. It's not true. On any level.
If you're not sure whether the Xbox One S is right for you, you may want to consider it as part of a wider range of upgrades. Because unlike its predecessor, Xbox One S is 4K Ultra HD compatible. And 4K changes everything.
This one isn't honestly a huge deal, as Netflix already has modern, native apps for both Windows PCs/tablets and phones, but the firm today announced its first universal app for Windows 10.