Last week, I provided an update on our cord-cutting efforts. Maybe I should have waited, as things are changing yet again.
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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.