Owners of tablet PCs running under Google's Android operating system who are accessing the Netflix service from their devices now have a new flavor of the Netflix mobile client available for download.
The new app flavor comes along with a series of UI changes that should result in the availability of an enhanced experience for all who like browsing and instantly watching unlimited TV shows and movies from the company.
The new Netflix app for tablet PCs results in the availability of a more immersive experience, focused on the growing Netflix catalog through displaying twice the number of titles that were been previously being showed at a time.
Moreover, the new Netflix application offers users the possibility to swipe through multiple rows of titles, which makes it easier to discover and watch movies on Android tablet PCs.
“In the last 12 months we have seen a threefold increase in how long Netflix members are watching on their tablets,” said Neil Hunt, chief product officer at Netflix.
“We're happy to debut a new user experience coinciding with the release of the next generation of devices from industry leaders. The new Netflix interface offers a significant improvement in browsing and searching for TV shows and movies to instantly watch.”
Those users who have already signed-up for a Netflix account are able to take advantage of the new features in the app by heading over to the Android Market and downloading the new software.
Moreover, the new application flavor was also made available for download on other tablet PCs, including Kindle Fire and NOOK Tablet, and can be downloaded and installed from their respective application stores.
The movie streaming service provides users with convenience and value by offering them access to a broad selection of Hollywood, international and local movies and TV series.
“Netflix has revolutionized entertainment by giving people a choice to enjoy what they want to watch, when they want to watch it, and for a low monthly price over a wide-range of Internet-connected devices,” the company notes.