Netflix launches Windows 10 PC and tablet app, Windows 10 Mobile app due in 'near future'

Netflix has finally launched its promised new app made for Windows 10 PC and tablets, made with Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform tools. The streaming video app is still not available for Windows 10 Mobile smartphones, both both Microsoft and Netflix say that support is coming "in the near future"

Netflix says the Windows 10 app has been optimized so that it works on a variety of screen sizes and resolutions. It also changes depending on if the user is interacting with the app with a mouse or on a touchscreen.

"Since many Windows 10 devices support touch input on integrated displays or via gestures on their trackpad, we have included affordances for both in this update. When a member is browsing content with a mouse, paginated scrolling of the content within a row is enabled by buttons on the ends of the row. When a member is using touch on an integrated display or via gestures on their trackpad, inertial scrolling of rows is enabled via swipe gestures."

The Netflix Live Tile on Windows 10's Start menu shows artwork from a user's Continue Watching list. Microsoft also mentions the new and improved search options in the app, which includes support for Cortana:

"The design of search results has also been updated, with suggested results for some searches. And, the new Netflix app features built-in Cortana commands, allowing you to control the experience and navigate across content using only your voice. You can issue commands like "Cortana, launch Netflix" or "Netflix, find 'House of Cards.'" Other Cortana commands include "Netflix Search 'House of Cards'", "Netflix Look for 'House of Cards'" and more."

What are your impressions of the Netflix app made for Windows 10? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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Source: Microsoft, Netflix

165 Comments
  • Great to see all these new/updated apps, the Netflix app was overdue for a design update.
  • What happened to it all being universal? Like the windows 10 app would work if you had a tablet, desktop or phone...because it was windows 10 and it's all one ecosystem and everything works as One??? Or did I completely misinterpret the entire advertising campaign of windows ?
  • There's a number of things that factor in. E.g. one problem I ran into was custom "back" events. Easy to handle on PC, but you gotta remember to handle the phone's physical "back" button correctly.
  • No, the universal Netflix app is in Windows 8, which does use the universal app system. The Windows 10 one is not universal yet. Universal apps came in with W8, not W10. You are 'remembering' marketing rehash.
  • Actually, no. MS did call windows 8.1 apps "universal", but that has nothing to do with the new "Universal Windows Platform" (UWP). If you install visual studio, you'd see that windows 8.1 apps and UWP apps are two separate project types. IINM, with windows 8.1 apps, if you wrote an app, you'd still have to do some code tweaking for it to work on WP too. With UWP, pretty much the only thing that you need to change is the UI.
  • Wrong. There are still phone events that need to be coded differently from PC. Of course 8.1 and 10 apps are different project types because they use different SDKs but the "universal" thing that started with 8.1 is exact the same as 10, just rebranded as UWP and easier to maintain.
  • UWP is definitely not just rebranded Windows 8.1 universal apps...There's numerous differences. It's definitely a similar idea and what they were heading towards with 8.1 but there's tons of small differences that make the UWP platform better
  • When I said the "universal thing is the exact same" i meant the idea and philosophy, not the actual coding. 
  • Reading back I see what you were saying, the idea is the same I always felt when working with 8.1 Universal apps they never quite finished. There were numerous things you could do in a WP8 Silverlight app that wasn't possible in an 8.1 Universal App. Windows 10 UWP Platform looks like it is getting better with each build so that's great to see. Looking forward to building more apps on the platform.
  • I agree. From playing around with a Windows 10 UWP project, it does feel better and easier to do a bunch of things.
  • So clearly not the exact same, because everything about UWP is about the coding.
  • "the "universal" thing that started with 8.1 is exact the same as 10, just rebranded as UWP" This is completely and totally false.  As for phone events like the back button, you just need to include the Mobile Extensions library in the project.
  • As a guy who has 8.1 and 10 projects in VS, trust me I know they are completely different. However, the idea and philosophy are exactly the same, just rebranded with a heavier push.
  • It's not the same as 8. In 10 you can create a project in visual studio ...and that project can be deployed for both phone and desktop. With 8, those were separate projects even if they shared code and were 'universal'
  • That's wierd of you to say, I could deploy my projects to both phone and desktop from one 8.1 project. 
  • You misinterpreted. Being universal isn't a byword for on all the things at once.
  • Not in language, no, but in their advertising campaign, yes.
  • Isn't magic. You still need to code the phone part. Of course the framework between PC/Mobile it's way more unified than the Win8.1 one. Still, you need to code some exclusive Mobile APIs, same for Xbox/PC.
  • That's the problem. It should all work with the push of a button at the time of submission. All these companies always use the excuse of not having resources for Windows Mobile. Even if the work is minimal, why add more work when you already developed a PC app?
  • I wish it was that easy.  Should and can have completely different meanings and reality.
  • The question i always get when i talk to devs is , "then how is it universal code base if i still have to specifically code for mobile?". The idea of UWA are game changing, but the reality and execution by MS is a total flop.
  • Isn't the app that is Universal. It's the platform. Yes, if use only core APIs, you can code once for Desktop and Mobile.
  • Then the devs you're talking to must have no idea what they are doing. Otherwise they would understand.
  • Its a platform question not one about programming. MS misrepresents this all the time. So if you are not programming for other platforms that is a very valid question.
  • Lol, that's the question I was gonna ask! MS did a demo at one their events where the guy was creating a UWA. He made seem like 1 click of a button to make the mobile app.
  • They do. The only time they go in depth is during Build. Almost every other time they make it seem like you don't have to do much if anything at all.
  • Some apps it is that simple. I was doing some work on an internal encrypted messaging app and can deploy a working build to phones with no code changes.
    With more work on xaml side, the UI now adapts (better) to the screen but I didn't change any C# code at all.
    It depends on each individual app, some will need hardly any mobile specific changes, others will need more. It worked functionality without any UI changes but you want to perfect the experience in most cases
  • Maybe the devs you're talking to have never had to do backend web code for different screen resolutions and browsers while maintaining one code base. It's the exact same philosphy. 
  • Totally agree. People can think of trigger UI changes as CSS Media Queries almost
  • You don't specifically code for mobile, you specifically code for functionality. For instance, if a device has a camera, or if a device has a physical back button.
  • Ima go out on a limb and say those devs were alien spies who've never written a line of code. Any real dev wouldn't have to ask the question.
  • sigh. It's just a question based on the language MS uses. Scalable/Adaptive/Single Code base/ are all terms MS officially puts out. Unless one is actually going to program for UWA platform. It is  entirely valid to ask those questions. Mind you once you do deep research (after one's interest is peaked) then you actually realize what that means. But at first, yes when one first hears about this, whether you work as a dev or only program on the weekends, it is a valid question to have.  
  • Look, I'm sorry, but all of those terms are 100% accurate whether you like it or not. It is scalable. It is adaptive. It is a single code base, even if they don't release it at the same time. And it is in no way a valid question for anyone who's developed anything and is halfway competent. It doesn't take "deep research" to realize that hardware is different and will need little specifications written to work correctly. E.g. I wanna show a button only when on desktop. I can release the app on desktop awhile because the button will always be there. But I will have to specify not to show it on mobile before I release the app for mobile. This is just basic programming. It's not gonna magically know what you want.
  • I don't think that's possible, until we have the excatly same OS running on phone (Windows10 desktop). And I don't think thats coming soon.
  • You've never programmed a thing...
  • There is no way for the tools to automatically adapt a desktop/tablet UI to a phone UI. Even in web (the truly universal app platform) you have to make special accommodations for small screens. There's no getting around it no matter how much you converge.
  • Yet when you use continuum and the windows 10 mail app from the phone magics itself into the windows 10 desktop mail app...
  • Universal can mean it shares the same code bur could be seperate apps. It doesn't have to be one app.
  • It is universal. I suppose they simply haven't made a mobile UI for the app yet.
  • ^ This.
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    It is great that they now have the PC code base for windows 10 within the UWP and esentially just need to figure out the UI on smaller physical screens like phones and maybe some code adjustments and they should be good to go. Probably somewhere in January they should be done.
  • You still have 2 apps that are linked together in the store. That is a separate binary for each platform. The platform needs to be targeted for it to function properly, as the Mobile version may have physical back buttons and other api's that dont exist in the desktop version. If you watch the series on Microsoft Virtual Academy, it describes how the store works, and how code sharing between the apps occurs. They are not the same exact application. http://bit.ly/1IUfYFp
  • When you develop a UWP, you have to target device families. One family is desktops, one family is mobile, etc. Yes, you can easily target all of these devices simultaneously, and the API will take a stab at making things just work, but a proper developer will take the time to customize the UI/UX per device type. Microsoft actually demonstrated this at Build earlier this year. A desktop is different from mobile, obviously. The hardware is different, the screen sizes are different, the use cases are different. As such, the UI/UX needs to be customized for each, yet all of the core functionality can be shared (hence universal) across devices, assuming the hardware can utilize that functionality. So with Netflix, they basically have put the core functionality together and customized the UI/UX for desktops and tablets (the biggest user base), and the next step is to customize the UI/UX for mobile. This should happen pretty quickly because the foundation has been laid.
  • Relax buddy, Netflix has always covered every platform and has never made universal apps!
  • Read this article - http://www.windowscentral.com/what-is-a-universal-app-win10 It's likely Neflix have pushed out the Desktop/Tablet version first (to the more popular platform) while they tweak the settings for the small screen sizes.
  • TO THE AUTHOR OF THE ARTICLE: Does this mean the app on widnows phone is another version of the app? Do you really think that this article is not creating confsusion? If you wanted to say that the new app will substitute the old one for mobile soon then you should write that. By what you wrote one would believe that there is no app on mobile. Actually it comes preinstalled on Lumia 950 :D
  • That's what I was thinking =O
  • It says the Windows 10 version is coming soon. Why is that misleading?
  • For example "The streaming video app is still not available for Windows 10 Mobile smartphones" this would make you think there is no Netflix app on windows 10 mobile. Oh well it actually only means that, if taken out of context.
  • Agree it should more clearly state it, even though any WP user that's now on Windows 10 Mobile should know it is available, there could be some people who take what it says at face value and think it's an important app that's missing
  • It means that the current Windows 10 Mobile app is not available yet.  Which is saying that the current app is still the Windows 8.1 Phone app.  In the near future Netflix will be releasing the Windows 10 mobile app for devices running Windows 10.
  • Yes, the current windows phone app is the 8.1 version
  • The Mobile version sorely needs and update. Especially for Windows 10!
  • My Continuum TV is waiting anxiously.  
  • Love the fact I can get access to American Netflix outside USA thanks to this guide https://goo.gl/rbSeKt
  • So much for them updating their web player
  • Sweet
  • Why not the walking dead ;P
  • Awesome. I wasn't sure if Netflix was going to update their app.
  • So, the UWP thing is being ignored by developers and they're just launching W10 apps for Desktops and Tablets... That's not good
  • ??
  • Windows 10 Mobile is coming.  Read the article.
  • As it says in the article this is a UWP app. They just haven't released the mobile version yet.
  • Didn't know you could just publish the pc/tablet part of the UWP for Windows 10; May be the older universal apps code...
  • Copy/Paste: There's a number of things that factor in. E.g. one problem I ran into was custom "back" events. Easy to handle on PC, but you gotta remember to handle the phone's physical "back" button correctly. And yes, during submission you can specify whether to allow users to download the app on "all supported devices", tablet/PC, or phone. My guess would be all the code to let it run on a phone is actually in the PC app, there are just things they're fixing before they allow it to download on phones.  
  • Yes, we need to keep educating on this, otherwise the comment section here will look like this for every new UWP app released on Desktop first - and that will be quite a few. One big reason why Netflix in particular would need to spend more time on the mobile version? Continuum!
  • Not to mention the hardware and use cases are significantly different. Any good developer won't use the "out of box" templating the API provides and will customize the UI/UX per device type. You use the same core functionality of the application, but you tailor the UI and how you want people to use the application by device type, screen size, etc. This is what Netflix is doing. They started with desktops and tablets because that is a much larger user base than phones.
  • The larger screens are also used more for viewing. I've never watched an movie on my phone and rarely even a sitcom.
  • Did you not even read the title? Nice blind and useless comment.
  • I did, but I'm asking, what's the point of UWP if developers are not releasing Desktop, Tablet and Mobile version at the same time? What happened with the "code once, release to everyone" mantra?
  • It happened that MS gave developers freedom. They can realease to any platform with very little effort using the UWP framework but they can do it step by step instead of all at once. Freedom is a good thing. I'm a developer, I assure you that developing for every device has never been so easy and unified till today, this really is impressive. 
  • Daniel Rubino needs to write a post and stick it to the front page of Windows Central. Clearly you don't understand what is UWP at all. Is not the same app, just they share almost the same code so developers can develop faster. Not all apps are the same even on UI (Look at Pandora for Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10), others can be almost equal, but depends on what the developer wants to do, and that means the day the both apps are published on the store (can be different if they pass through the store check first). There's too many people ignoring what UWP is. Hope you are not one of those anymore m8.
  • If it's coming then why is it such a big issue?
  • This was Microsofts plan. Have them target the desktop and then they would eventually give in to making a mobile version, because why not. You are assuming that mobile is a big deal to developers, when its the desktop that has the market they want to target.
  • A lazy developer can code once and release to everyone, but a competent developer understands that hardware and use cases differ and will tailor the UI/UX per device, which is exactly what Netflix is doing. They built the core functionality, then they designed the UI/UX for desktop and tablets (because that market is much larger than mobile), and now they are designing the UI/UX for phones. I'd rather them design properly than give us a half-assed effort.
  • Yep, and if Netflix wanted to they could have waited until the Mobile UI/UX was also complete and release all at once - Then people would probably moan that they were taking too long to release for PC's - I'd never release an app without some UI changes for mobile devices. In the future, we could even see the mobile versions released first, like you say it depends on the market the developer is going for. PC/Desktop is larger in terms of raw numbers so many apps will be released here first whilst the Mobile UI is refined, but it's up to the developer which way around they do it
  • Do you read?
  • There are some differences on mobile that have to be handled. It's fine that desktop is released first and that doesn't mean mobile isn't happening. Mobile will likely have a different UI, for example, on most universal apps.
  • You don't have a clue.
  • Near future means 2017. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • If you prepare for 2017 it can only be positive if the launch earlier. :D The mobile version is probably not Finished yet. The base code is already there so it cant be much work that is left. I think they are in a fine-tuning and tweaking fase.
  • If you prepare for 2017 it can only be positive if the launch earlier. :D
    -
    The mobile version is probably not Finished yet. The base code is already there so it cant be much work that is left.
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    I think they are in a fine-tuning and tweaking fase.
  • Sweeeeeeet
  • My only real issue with the current app when used on my desktop PC is that the mouse cursor isn't automatically hidden when the mouse is idle. I have to move it to the right edge of the screen to get it out of the way. I've noticed other video apps, like WatchABC, also have this issue, but the Movies & TV app does autohide the mouse cursor. Hopefully, they can correct this in the new version.
  • Had this issue using VLC, had to close bittorrent, that solved the problem. Do a google search and the result should come up. It is also caused by other types of programs running in background, some you can just minimize to systray, other to close. Hope this helps.
  • Actually, if you do one click on the screen it will hidden all. The one problem is that can be a little buggy sometimes, but it works
  • Hmmm, I just tested this again last night with no other apps or programs running. The native Movies & TV app quickly hid the mouse cursor after a movie started and I stopped moving the mouse. When I tried the same with the Netflix app, the onscreen play controls would come and go with the click or movement of the mouse, but the cursor always stayed on the screen no matter how long it had been since the last mouse usage.
  • Talked with VUDU customer support as well.  New Universal App is being designed that will work on Xbox One and all Windows 10 devices, desktop and mobile.  Expected very early next year.  I'd guess as soon as they update the X1 for Universal support.
  • Universal VUDU app would be sweet. If they supported downloads on phone for offline viewing they would probably become my primary source for TV and movie rentals/purchases. Great catalog of new and old stuff, and their HDX is as close to Blu Ray as I've seen from an over the top service. They're not only cross-platform but also part of Ultraviolet (which gives streaming rights for physical media). I don't love their parent company WalMart, but that also means they have deep pockets to stay around for a long time.
  • Maybe It's time to release your WC universal App to store. Let this trend continue :v
  • I was just wondering about this yesterday when would we get the universal app because I'd like to use my phone wirelessly to stream movies to my bedroom tv and use headphones
  • yeyy finally
  • Best update today hand down .p.s. i no the day not over ha
  • Just read the entire Netflix Blog and, guest what, Netflix also believes in the thing that when a app is "UNIVERSAL" they should made available across a wide range of devices. Many times some people try to explain that Universal does not mean this....
  • Well for right phone does the trick and if 950/xl edge work pretty sweet till then
  • "ٍBallmer to Microsoft: Universal apps won't work ​" .... December fool        
  • Hes definitely shown himself to be short sighted before
  • In a current state, they are still not working. We have yet to see any real major new player coming to Windows ecosystem with a universal app. Netflix has been on Windows Phone for a long time, it was only a matter of time before they updated.
  • So you can say that the UWP has worked already? How so? Of course big companies like Netflix will release an app. In case you didn't know, a lot of these companies that are coming out with universal apps already had a WP app.
  • They should include Xbox One too. Loving this support for Universal Apps.
  • Yes indeed
  • Still no Chromecast support. No go.
  • Luckily I got a spared iPhone lying around.
  • Our platform is dead amd universal apps are not going to come /s Glad to see this update from netflix!
  • Our Platform? This is my Platform and nobody else is allowed to use it, oh and yeah Netflix you are rubbish because i just watched a movie could you not of released it 3hrs 21 mins earlier... Microsoft is rubbish Win 10 won't work on my Nokia 8210 and its only 15 years old. Universal App will never work... 
  • uwp works on my floppy disk so you probably just have an isolated issue. call customer support
  • No point in celebrating now. We'll have to wait at least a year to see how the platform is playing out with developers and users.
  • Why is the task switcher icon odd-looking? It looks kind of cool...
  • Just mock up, I guess.
  • When does windows 10 mobile come out to other devices? When can we use all these universal apps?
  • If use the insider app you could to day XD
  • When you install windows insider app.
  • Any hint of YouTube official app?
  • Mytube metrotube tubcast etc
  • It's all Google's fault.
  • Dude, use myTube. This app is 10 times better than the official YouTube app on Android. Try this once and come back here to thank me!
  • Google apps on Windows Mobile would be the ultimate endorsement of the universal app platform as well as a harbinger of **** freezing over.
  • Seriously? It's common knowledge that Google is freezing out Windows mobile. If you have to have "official", go use their crappy web wrapper. It's all "official"...and sucks. If you want a Premium, better than official, YouTube client, the platform has plenty. See MyTube, MetroTube, PerfectTube, etc.
  • You want ads on your videos? 3rd party is better.
  • "In the near future"?
    What happened to"Soon"?
    If that ain't a change...
  • As right now just the 950/xL could make full use of it. plus the roll has not start so it pretty much a business move till OS running on more phone
  • Lumia 950 may not work but the idea of Universal app is working. And it has nothing to do with the "universal" thing. Rather the huge number of people who upgraded to their laptops and desktops to Windows 10 has actually drawn the world's attention to this platform. Microsoft has done a really nice job in advertising their STRENGTH.
  • Thank you Netflix. Your hard work is appreciated. I'll be installing you PC app today.
  • I still don't understand the Universal app and store concept. If the Windows Store is unified (which I consider to be the same app on every device) and the developers need to submit their apps only once, then why don't they arrive simultaneously on all devices? Like isn't it that a single app is made to scale up to the display of all sizes? And if it's so then why some features are exclusive to a single kind of device? Really confused (-_-;;)
  • They will in time...
  • Because developer would still need to develope the app to scale up to different sizes, it is not heavy task compared to writing the other parts of the app but it may not be done at the time of release. Also some features will always be exclusive in your app that will only work on particular device , like phone calling API etc. , so developer will need to mark it to not show that piece of User Interface on PC, XBOX etc.
  • In layman's terms Netflix said on release that they had split the app into 3 different platforms to make it easier for the intelectually challenged to set up on their said platform but would be working on an 'all in' app for the future...
  • Developers can choose to code for specific platforms. You can use the default tools to create lists that allow the UI resize and all that but you can create your own UI elements for a more unique app. If you create your own you typically have to do the same for the other platforms. There are also some other factors such as deciding what content to steam (for instance, if you are close to data cap, maybe only do 480p). So while most of the back end does work the same, any good company will tailor the experience for each platform, which takes time.
  • Each target platform actually has their own app, even if the codebase is essentially the same.
  • Simply put, with a universal app, the netflix team can write one API call to get a list of movies for you to watch and that one function will work on both PC and phone with no futher tweaking. The real work comes in for example with differences in how the back button is handled. In the PC app, you can create a back button to literally go back one screen, but on a phone does the back button go back one screen? be a quit way to pause play? when does the back button quit the app? This is completely oversimplifying it but it illustrates why the phone version may come later.
  • Thanks everyone for the knowledge :) Really grateful.
  • Nice update to the app, now time to add some hits to counterbalance the recent number of mediocre and weak movies.
  • Are you not happy with the ridiculous 6 ... ha ha 
  • I liked it. I'm a fan of goofy Adam Sandler / Swardson movies. Could use some better scifi and horror flicks.
  • Very nice. Glad it finally got updated.
  • Yaaas I haven't been able to launch the old app for quite a while, it crashes on start. So I'm really happy. Let's hope Mobile includes the replay 10 seconds and changing episodes in-player.
  • Does it streaming to chromecast now? It's a huge step back...
  • Let's be clear here. What a UWP means: "Windows 10 makes it easier to develop apps for the UWP with just one API set, one app package, and one store to reach all Windows 10 devices – PC, tablet, phone and more. It’s easier to support a number of screen sizes, and also a variety of interaction models, whether it be touch, mouse & keyboard, a game controller, or a pen."   The developer can target devices instead a OS. There's a common API (the Core API's). If your app uses only the core APIs, it will run on any Windows 10 device. BUT devs can use specifics devices API (Phones, PC, Xbox) to bring a better experecinece to that device, in this case he must code specifics APIs to that device and still use the same VS project. That's why Netflix can release their PC app and still be developing thier phone app (maybe to add better Continuum support).   Thats when Extension SDKs appears: "Extension SDKs add specialized APIs for each device family. If your app is intended for a particular device family, you can make it light up by using these APIs. You can still have one app package that runs on all devices by checking what device family your app is running on before calling an extension API.​"   You can read the full article here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/dn726767.aspx
  • Soon and near future are trademarks of Microsoft.
  • Very strange, already using a Netflix app on my win 10 mobile
  • Shouldnt the netflix app be universal across Windows/Mobile and Xbox? 
  • It will be when they finish the UI and phone / xbox specific API code. Desktop is priority at the moment, then xbox then mobile due to the amount of users on each platform so desktop will always release first at the moment. The good news is, once you have a desktop app on UWP, it's really not difficult to support xbox and mobile afterwards so the majority of developers will naturally follow through later on, that's the genius part of UWP.
  • Can`t download this, it tells me the app is no longer available
  • Their app sucked beyond belief on Xbox One.  It was one of the apps that didn't support gesture control.  And, once Microsoft dropped gesture control altogether, we dropped Xbox.  Useless piece of junk.
  • What a stupid comment. The Xbox is useless because of no gesture support? The original Xbox One app was actually good and worked well with Kinect. After Netflix updated the app to be in line with apps on other platforms is when it went downhill. Once the new app is released for XB1, it should be pretty good with Cortana support and all.
  • Dear Netflix Corporate Communications Staff, "Affordance" is not a word. Don't ever let your fingers type those letters in that combination again. Otherwise nice job on the app. Sincerely, Your Happy Subscriber
  • http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/affordance
  • Agreed... Techie Gaga
  • Cool! Keep them coming!
  • For those who cannot use tradedoubler because it flags as adware: https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/netflix/9wzdncrfj3tj
  • is going to be months if not a year before the app gets to the phone, nobody cares about windows phone,, you guys are the next BlackBerry
  • Well at least like BlackBerry we have high security on our devices over Android which was always an afterthought or iOS.
  • And like BlackBerry, Windows Phone is set to have a slow but sure death
  • Amazon Instant Video needs to get a universal Windows 10 app too.
  • Yeah I hope they do I still have 6 months left and won't be renewing if they don't announce an app by then, the website experience is terrible.
  • What he said^^^
  • Hopefully Xbox One and Mobile will be lockstep and the Windows 10 app becomes UWP...
  • Bring on the Continuum!
  • like to see it
  • I actually like the Netflix app on Windows Phone that already exists lol. At least WP users dont hyave to go without until the W10 app comes to mobile
  • Netflix is one of the only apps that I would abandon Windows if it wasn't available. Luckily, Netflix is a very loyal Windows supporter and has been with the platform since WP7.
  • Hmm. I found at least 10 things that bother me in the new GUI. not that mouse friendly anymore.
  • Would be nice to be able to manage your DVD queue (for those of us that still do that) in the app, otherwise still need to link to regular site and as long as I'm there, that's where I'll stream, don't need two ways to connect on the same device.
  • Sweet!
  • I'm using a Lumia 950 and have Netflix installed and working no problem. Might not be windows10 "optimized" but it works just fine and is available.
  • Now Hulu's turn.