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According to a new report, Spotify is planning on launching a video streaming service to compete with Netflix and other similar services.
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Netflix announces that it has signed a three-year agreement with Walt Disney Studio in a deal that will see the firm gaining exclusive rights to Disney movies – Marvel and Pixar titles included, as well as the new Star Wars trilogy – starting from 2016.
The Netflix app for Android has recently been updated. The app can be found in the Google Play store and brings some goodies to include a larger volume button, improvements to scrubbing, support for Android 4.2 and more.
Netflix has just released a new version of its Android application hoping to make the experience smoother across all hardware types. While the update is rather minor, it still addresses major issues that have been plaguing the app since its initial launch.
Not only did the new Netflix app get a new user interface, it also now allows you to use your Android device, or iOS device, as a remote control for Netflix on your PS3.
Though it hasn’t been made official on Google Play, several users have reported seeing a new tablet-like user interface on their Netflix app.