New rumours have recently surfaced suggesting of a huge potential u-turn for Netflix in relation to offline downloads, with industry insider and Penthera COO Dan Taitz now predicting this much sort-aftered feature before the end of the year.
You may have heard that it is now harder to access foreign versions of Netflix when outside of their respective countries. While it isn’t yet impossible, it’s not quite as easy as it used to be. Not everyone is having problems, but if you are, check out our guide as it may offer a potential solution.
In the face of increasing competition and the realisation that they may have pulled off their own 640K Bill Gates quote, Netflix are reported to be considering a u-turn on their policy against offline downloads.
If you’re anything like me and been using Netflix UK since time immemorial, you’ve most likely been grandfathered into your original £5.99 monthly fee despite last year’s price hike. Sadly, that little island of inflation-free tranquility is about to disappear.
Whilst television manufacturers have been concentrating on improving video quality for years & often adding frivolous new features along the way, they’ve generally speaking failed on the most important rule of good user experience, irritating not only their customers, but Netflix in the process.
Netflix and 4K have been together for a while now, but for most people there were very few reasons to upgrade their subscription due to the very low quantity of shows. However, Netflix has now promised around 600 hours of 4K content before the end of 2016.
It’s one thing to suddenly have access to a vast selection of global television, but finding out exactly what’s on is another story altogether. Thankfully, there are searching sites cropping up, dedicated to making it easier to find exactly what you want – and we just so happen to keep a list here.
The news that so many millions of Netflix users around the world hoped would never come, may have just arrived. Netflix has just announced it will soon roll out additional restrictions to ensure customers can only access content from their own country’s library. Will this be the end to Netflix region switching?
This week Netflix’s new superhero series begins with a twist over the usual caped crusaders, along with a highly anticipated new season of The Bridge from Scandinavia, a new crime drama from the BBC and another Chicago Fire spinoff. Check out our recommendations in this week’s Four Corners.