Netflix update heads to iPad
Netflix has announced the launch of a new app for the iPad tablet that lets the user enjoy content with an easier to use interface. The new app is said to be a big step forward by Netflix and allows the user to browse twice as many titles on the screen as before.
The idea is that having more titles on the screen makes it faster and easier to find content you want to watch. The interface is also optimized for the touchscreen tablet. The interface has rows of content that the user can swipe through. The app is headed to the App Store in the coming weeks.
Netflix also announced that in Latin America members can now stream unlimited TV and movies to their iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. The service also has a new Just for Kids section for kid's shows. This sounds like a nice update for Netflix fans and is much like the Android update announced for tablets not long ago.
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