Netflix is no longer available on the Windows Store, for both PC and mobile owners. It comes at a time when subscribers to the service have been frustrated with the lack of updates to address reported issues.
It looks like Netflix may offer an option to download and watch videos offline, much like Amazon's Prime Video. According to LightReading, the ability to save videos for offline viewing should make its debut by the end of the year.
Netflix has announced that it will be the exclusive streaming service to offer Disney movies — including Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar films — on the U.S. pay TV circuit. Netflix signed the agreement with Disney in 2012, and the deal will go into effect from September.
Netflix has launched Fast.com, a web page that lets you quickly run a speed test to determine the download speeds you're getting from your internet service provider. The page automatically starts running a download test as soon as it loads.
You'll need to cancel your weekend plans. Daredevil season two is now available for streaming on Netflix. The Marvel creation picks up where season one left off with the likes of Charlie Cox and Deborah Ann Woll making a return with the rest of the gang.
Netflix recently became available in 130 more countries, but unfortunately not every area is able to access all of its content. While Netflix works on licensing agreements, it will begin preventing customers from using proxies and unblockers to access more content.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings revealed during his CES 2016 keynote speech that the streaming video service has gone live today in 130 new countries, including India, Russia and South Korea. He also said that the company is working to expand to China in the near future.