Netflix have released an update to their Android app, and it is hard to see much difference. Well, i jest a little as some changes are evident. The new release gives an improved volume control feature on tablet devices.
Now movie watchers can make use of that all important volume slider, and it is now easier to forward and rewind the video. There are a few other minor changes, but nothing to set the online video world alight.
Netflix are also claiming that stability improvements and bug fixes have also been carried out for certain devices, although exact details are not known.
Since the launch of the Android app which runs on 2.x, 3.x and 4.x phones and tablets, Android users have reported crashing and sluggishness on certain devices which are hopefully now removed.
The Netflix app is certainly popular even though the application had a rocky entrance with many incompatibility issues. But millions of downloads and an average rating of four stars means users are happy enough. Apart from an Android device, users will require a Netflix subscription costing $7.99 monthly for unlimited streaming content.
Users can download the app from Google Play store right now