Do you have a Netflix app on a smart TV or a streaming device that is still running the Netflix old app? Well Netflix has good news for you…
Starting today today: Netflix is launching a new television user interface that uses video more extensively to bring content alive in real time and helps members decide whether to click play. Netflix went on to say in their press releases that “As we launch more than 1,000 hours of original content next year, we know we have less than 90 seconds to capture someone’s attention and get them excited about a title — that’s why we’re introducing video previews into the TV browsing experience.”
The new video previews launch globally today and will become available on eligible devices over the next few weeks. This new app will be available on Netflix enabled devices, which includes the majority of game consoles and Roku devices, with smart TVs and others getting updated in the coming months.
Netflix went on to say “As video becomes a bigger part of our lives, it will continue to play an increasing role within Netflix as we enhance the Internet TV experience around the world. We hope you enjoy video previews and find more great stories along the way.”
Here is what the new app looks like (Something many Roku owners have already seen.)
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