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[Update: Starts December 5th] Netflix to host 2-day free trial StreamFest event in India

Over the last few months, Netflix has tried a couple of things to get more users to subscribe to its service. The company launched a new affordable mobile-only plan in India, tested a Mobile+ plan with PC support and HD streaming, and even offered a few original shows for free. While these new plans and...

Netflix 7.82.1 hints the streaming service may finally add a sleep timer

Netflix for Android is preparing to add a sleep timer feature, letting users automatically stop the video playback after a set time limit. We discovered the evidence of the new feature in the latest version of Netflix, which recently rolled out on Android.We decoded the v7.82.1 APK and found a new string in the app's...

Netflix just raised the price of its Standard and Premium plans

Netflix on Thursday announced some bad news for customers in the U.S.: The streaming service is raising the price of two of its plans. The Standard plan now costs $14 a month, up from $13 a month. Meanwhile, the Premium plan is also getting a price hike to $18 a month, which is a $2...

Netflix prepares to add an audio-only mode for background listening

Netflix's Android app has been steadily adding and testing new features over the past few months, including the addition of a screen lock button, playback speed controls, letting users watch partially downloaded TV shows and movies, and more. In an attempt to attract new subscribers, the streaming giant even started offering a few of its...

Today’s Top Tech Deals: Blinks Minis for $25, $120 Projector, and More!

As for today's top tech deals, retailers and companies are holding back for what will only be a mad rush next week. Still, there are a few early deals to take advantage of, like a $25 Blink Mini, a nicely priced projector, and more!$10 Best Buy Gift Card with $100 Hulu or Netflix Gift Card...

Netflix is offering a few original shows and movies for free to everyone, without an account

The quest for dominance in the online video streaming industry is shared across different services, each of them battling for your free time and attention, and of course, your wallet. While platforms like YouTube primarily rely on user-submitted content that is broadcasted for free, other platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video aim to be...

Netflix adds multiple Samsung Galaxy and TCL phones to its list of HD and HDR capable devices

In order to stream videos in HD resolution from popular streaming apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, your smartphone needs to have Widewine L1 certification. However, despite Widewine L1 certification, some devices aren't able to stream HD content on Netflix because the platform also has to manually whitelist devices to enable HD playback support....

ASUS ROG Phone 3 now supports the Google Phone app and playing HDR video in Netflix

ASUS ROG Phone gaming smartphones are now on their third-generation, and they have often been regarded as the undisputed king of high-spec (or overkill). The ASUS ROG Phone 3 was recently launched along that formula. With an eye-watering 144Hz display (that can even be turned up to 160Hz if that's somehow not enough for you),...

Netflix is rolling out playback speed controls on Android

Ever wish you could speed up or slow down video playback on Netflix? On Android, now you can. Netflix is rolling out the ability to watch videos at 0.5x, 0.75x, 1.25x, or 1.5x speeds on Android. Now you can binge-watch your favorite shows faster than ever. Playback speed controls are available on Android for both streamed...

You can now watch Netflix on the Google Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max

Google Assistant Smart Displays are great for getting visuals that aren't possible on audio-only smart speakers. But smart displays aren't only for viewing typical Google Assistant commands and routines. They can also be used similarly to any Chromecast-enabled display. One service that has been notably absent, however, is Netflix. That's finally changing. The Nest Hub and...

Netflix tests ₹349 Mobile+ plan with PC support and HD streaming

In a bid to capture the ever-growing smartphone user base in India, Netflix launched a new ₹199 mobile-only plan back in July last year. The plan offered users access to the platform's content in SD resolution, with no additional perks like multi-device streaming or PC/TV support. While the plan is great to attract first time...

Netflix adds the ASUS ZenFone 6, ASUS ROG Phone II, and TCL 10 series to its list of HD certified devices

In order to stream videos in HD resolution from popular streaming apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, your smartphone needs to have Widewine L1 certification. However, despite Widevine L1 certification, some devices aren't able to stream HD content on Netflix because the platform also has to manually whitelist devices to enable HD playback support....