Netflix is by far the most popular and appreciated streaming platform. It competes directly with HBO Go/Now and Amazon Prime, but it outperforms those services thanks to its broader availability and, nonetheless, thanks to its Netflix Originals. However, today, Netflix 6.26.0 for Android came out with bug fixes and improvements.
Netflix is available in many countries in the world, the streaming platform totaling tens of millions of subscribers, worldwide. Netflix comes as a subscription-based service, and it offers unlimited access to movies and TV series, including Netflix Originals, for one small monthly fee. You can enjoy Netflix on your computer, Android smartphones and tablets, as well as on iOS devices.
According to the official description of Netflix for Android, here’s how Netflix works:
- Netflix membership gives you access to unlimited TV shows and movies for one low monthly price.
- With the Netflix app you can instantly watch as many TV episodes & movies as you want, as often as you want, anytime you want.
- You can Browse a growing selection of thousands of titles, and new episodes that are added regularly.
- Search for titles and watch immediately on your phone or on an ever-expanding list of supported devices.
- Rate your favorite shows and movies and tell us what you like so Netflix can help suggest the best titles for you.
- Start watching on one device, and resume watching on another. Check out netflix.com for all the TVs, game consoles, tablets, phones, Blu-ray players and set-top boxes on which you can watch Netflix.
Netflix 6.26.0 for Android Rolled Out With Bug Fixes And Improvements
Netflix 6.26.0 for Android doesn’t come out with any visible changes or new features. Under the hood, however, this latest Netflix version for Android rolled out with bug fixes and stability and performance improvements.
“Want to watch Netflix on your phone while dad watches on the TV and grandma watches on her tablet? Live the dream. Just make sure you have the latest update. And in this release, we fixed bugs and made performance improvements. Just for you,” read the official release notes of the Netflix 6.26.0 for Android.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.