From heartwarming flicks to action-packed blockbusters to classic movies everyone should see, Netflix knows how to keep its movie buff subscribers coming back for more.
More and more people subscribe to Netflix to enjoy thousands of hours of content at their fingertips. Figuring out what to watch can sometimes feel overwhelming (so many choices!), but navigating the streaming service is fairly easy, due to Netflix’s intuitive and user friendly interface. However, there are a few ways to make your streaming experience even smoother; and we’ve got some inside scoop we’re eager to share.
When it comes to comedies, Netflix doesn’t joke around. The streaming service has a huge selection of titles on offer, making sure subscribers looking for a fun time are in for a treat.
An estimated 7,558,000 Australians aged 14 years and over now have Netflix. Meanwhile, viewership for free-to-air channels is in decline.
Netflix is perfectly aware of that, so it recently announced the addition of Dolby Atmos support on the streaming service beginning with Okja, a critically acclaimed movie that recently made its way to the Netflix catalogue.
Netflix is investing in more Australian original content. The streaming service ordered Tidelands, a 10-episode project which will start filming in Queensland in 2018.
If you're looking for the best smart TV for Netflix viewing, look no more. Netflix recently unveiled a list of the best smart TVs on the market to binge watching your shows.
Netflix subscribers now have access to video previews, a new feature meant to help undecided binge-watchers pick what to stream next. These previews already launched globally and will become available on eligible devices over the next few weeks.
The latest Netflix app update for iOS and Android adds offline downloading of TV shows and movies so that users can load up their device with content while connected to home broadband, then watch it all while out and about without using any mobile data at all..
Netflix is huge in Australia, with over 5.75 million subscribers. However, new data shows that over four in ten people with Netflix in the home watch less than three hours a week, or don’t even access their service at all.
Almost five million Australians now have access to Netflix, according to new research. Even more interesting, most of these subscriptions are now paid – no more free trials. Meanwhile, Stan and Presto are catching up.