Do you use Netflix on your mobile?

General | Nov 29, 2018 | Master3395

This update makes your life easier.

Now, on your smartphone, you can see your favorite shows like never before, regardless of whether you rock an iOS or Android phone. Netflix has finally introduced some new features to have a more enjoyable time when watching movies and comics in their player.

New buttons
In the new update, you can jump back and forth for ten seconds either by pressing the new buttons or buttons that are made for it - you can, more intuitively, double-tap the screen (left or right half) depending on the direction you want hen. You may recognize this from YouTube playback.

In addition, the playoff button and pause button are far greater for practical reasons, in addition, there are three new buttons at the bottom of the playback pane that show episodes, audio/subtitles, and a button to play the next episode.

Before updating
After updating

The changes make the mobile app more like the browser version, and the update is available at the time of writing.

Do you use Netflix on your phone frequently?

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Author: Master3395


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