Pinterest Stumbleupon Whatsapp

Video-streaming service Netflix, whose members watch a billion hours each month, has given the “biggest update in its history” to its TV app, bringing a visually richer experience with more descriptive results.

“We set out to deliver an update that would make it even easier to discover something great to watch and we think we succeeded,” the company wrote in a blog post. There don’t seem to be many performance improvements under the hood, but you can easily improve Netflix streaming on any device How To Improve Netflix Streaming On Any Device How To Improve Netflix Streaming On Any Device A few months ago I was playing games on my Nintendo Wii (thanks to the loss of my Xbox 360) and even getting fitter in the process – until I stumbled across the news that... Read More .

In the new update, Netflix will tell you why it has recommended you should watch a specific title, using personalized information based on your social network, viewing history or taste preferences. If Netflix doesn’t get it right for you, you can always use A Better Queue for worthwhile recommendations Find Worthwhile Movies On Netflix With A Better Queue Find Worthwhile Movies On Netflix With A Better Queue This summer, I have more free time to enjoy Netflix movies and series which makes me ecstatic. There is no end, it seems, to the choices of films and episodes that one can watch so... Read More .

Each show or movie comes with three large images that provide much more context about a title, along with a short synopsis. Once you find something to watch, the new Netflix gives you a synopsis of the film or show, as well as details about the actors and director. For TV shows, each episode comes with its own images and overviews.


Search has gotten a makeover too, and is more usable on TV with larger images. Apart from titles, users can also search for actors and directions.


The kids area—now also available on Roku and some Smart TVs—uses a blue background and “kids” label so parents see from a distance that kids are using the appropriate part of Netflix.

The update has rolled out globally and will reach all devices by the end of November. Since you can access Netflix on almost any platform How To Access Netflix On Almost Every Platform Known To Man How To Access Netflix On Almost Every Platform Known To Man I don’t like horror movies. Classic horror I can cope with; I enjoy Alfred Hitchcock’s psychological horror, for instance, but I’m not a fan of scares and gore, as a rule. My wife, on the... Read More , the update will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Roku 3, and some Smart TVs and Blu-Ray players. Roku 2 will receive this update early next year.

Source: Netflix blog

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. sara
    November 22, 2013 at 8:50 am

    You can use VPN to change your ip address access netflix
    When you are connected to a vpn server, A new ip will be assigned to your computer

    and no one can track you
    My recommendation is
    Ot's cheap and reliable, And It has free test account
    so you can test the service for free, before you make any payment
    1month $3.3 , 3Months $7 and 12 Months $16
    differnet servers and different locations

  2. Jack
    November 17, 2013 at 10:10 pm

    Well, I do have the new Netflix on my PS3.

    Unfortunately, since I switched from Directv to Roku 2 + Netflix, I'm stuck in limbo waiting for the update to the Roku 2.

    The great - saved over $1,000 so far by cutting the cord.

    The not-so-great - the agony of turning on my Roku 2 every day and still not seeing the updated Netflix experience!

  3. Joel L
    November 15, 2013 at 8:41 pm

    Netflix on my smart TV is pretty primitive so I'm hoping this update will affect me!

  4. Player911
    November 15, 2013 at 8:08 pm

    Oh man, it reminds me of the Hulu Plus app on Roku. While this isn't that bad, since Hulu does "look" better, I find the Roku App just nice and simple. However the Netflix App has essentially remained the same since I first bought my Roku 1 several years ago. Sadly I repurposed my Roku 1 to my Man Cave, where I will now have an even bigger difference between use experiences.