Netflix is one of the top streaming services of the moment. It allows users to watch an extensive collection of on-demand, rewarded TV shows, movies, documentaries, and it can run on thousands of devices that can connect to the internet.
Thanks to Netflix, there is always something to watch, regardless of the genre you prefer.
The great detail about Netflix is that it features new shows and movies each month.
Netflix has three memberships options available:
- “Basic Plan: 1 screen plan SD (watch on one device at a time, Standard Definition)
- Standard Plan: 2 screen plan HD (watch on two devices simultaneously, High Definition when available)
- Premium Plan: 4 screen plan HD/UHD 4K (watch on four devices simultaneously, includes High Definition and Ultra High Definition when available)”
Many people opt for the Premium Plan with a joint account with friends.
Netflix is available in nearly all countries, which means that wherever you go, you’re always connected to content.
Netflix reached version 7.68.0 build 22 35028. Here is what the developers commented in the patch notes:
“You worry about what to watch next, we’re busy making that experience even better.”
There are two ways you can update Netflix to the newest version.
The first one implies Google Play, the safest source of new apps and updates. You have to either keep auto-updates enabled, and your device takes care of the rest, with the help of Google Play Services. However, if you turned off auto-updates for some reason, you can always turn them back on or go to Netflix’ Google Play page and install the latest version by tapping the “Update” button.
The other option is manually updating the app by navigating to an online app market or other sources and downloading an up-to-date version of the app.
However, we suggest that you avoid that option, since it implies many cyber risks that you might not be prepared for.