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Netflix prices are increasing in the United States and Canada

Netflix is one of the most popular streaming services in the world, and as the company has funded more and more original content, it has slowly increased the monthly bill for subscribers. Unfortunately, Netflix announced on Friday that prices are going up yet again, at least for subscribers in the United States in Canada. Netflix is...

Chromecast with Google TV Netflix bundle offering additional 6 months of free Netflix subscription

For those of you who bought a Chromecast with Google TV and Netflix bundle, we’ve some great news for you. It looks like Google is giving away another 6 months of Netflix for free. According to multiple reports (via 9to5Google) from Google Chromecast with Google TV and Netflix bundle buyers, Google has sent out a second...

Netflix Hub has launched on Spotify in select countries

Netflix and Spotify are two of the biggest names when it comes to the video and audio streaming fields respectively. Apple happens to be one of their rivals, and the two streaming overlords have been resisting the Cupertino giant for a while. For example, both streaming services have dropped support for in-app purchases on their...

You can now ask Alexa to play something on Netflix

Last April, Netflix rolled out its Play Something feature to all users globally. This feature shuffle plays a random title from Netflix's catalog -- for those times when you just can't make your mind up. If you're in the US or Canada and have a Fire TV device, then the process is getting even easier. You will...

Netflix allows iOS users to subscribe directly through its newly released games [update]

Apple has often been criticized for the 15-30% cut it takes from subscriptions done through its App Store payment system. Some companies like Spotify and Netflix have avoided paying the commission fees by removing the option to subscribe through their iOS apps. Users would have to pay through the website, and then the premium privileges...

Netflix brings AV1 codec support to the PS4 Pro and select TVs

Netflix has announced that it's bringing AV1 codec support to both the PlayStation 4 Pro and select TVs, after first bringing support to Android smartphones in February 2020. Netflix says that it has improved the video streaming experience, particularly under challenging network conditions, and that it's also happy to see companies announce AV1 decoder chipsets...

Netflix Games begins to roll out worldwide

Netflix announced back in July that it was testing a game streaming feature, alongside its usual streaming catalog of movies and TV shows. The first games went live in August, but they were limited to Poland and a few other countries at first. Now the company is ready for a global rollout, but game and...

The first mobile games on Netflix are based on Stranger Things

Netflix has never really been much more than a video-on-demand service. Nowadays, however, it's surrounded by competitors from the likes of Amazon's Prime Video, Apple TV, and Disney+ to name a few. The company is undoubtedly one of the best in the business still, but now it's expanding into gaming. We've been hearing rumors for...

Netflix is rolling out Spatial Audio support for the iPhone and iPad

Netflix is rolling out Spatial Audio support for its iPhone and iPad apps, bringing an immersive audio experience to users. The feature uses directional audio filters to "play sound virtually anywhere in space, creating an immersive sound experience." According to recent reports (via 9to5Mac), Spatial Audio support has already started rolling out to Netflix on the...

These are the Best VPNs for Streaming Content Online

To stay occupied during the lockdown, you’ve likely spent a lot of your free time binge-watching TV shows and movies on streaming platforms like Netflix, caught up with all that's good on HBO Max and Peacock, or indulged in the world of live TV with FuboTV or YouTube TV. While modern streaming sites have thousands...

Netflix is finally expanding into gaming, starting with mobile games

For a long time, Netflix has stood as the one and only video streaming service. But in 2021, the panorama is a little bit different. The market is currently scattered between several options such as Disney+, Paramount+, and Apple TV, and while Netflix is still one of the top players in the scene, if not...

This Week in Gaming: The Steam Deck, Netflix, and Super Mario 64

This week started off very slow when out of nowhere, Valve dropped some very important hardware news on us. We also learned that Netflix is trying to break into gaming, auction fever is seizing the retro gaming world, and more games are being delayed into next year. Valve announces the handheld Steam Deck https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Q_C5KVJbUw On the very day...