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OnePlus 5 and 5T can’t play Netflix in HD, but the feature will be added at some point

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

The OnePlus 5T is one of our favorite phones at AP. It's a fantastic value, improving on its predecessor without costing a whole lot more. But there is still one unfortunate disadvantage to using one. Like OnePlus' older phones, it doesn't support the correct DRM level for HD playback on services such as Netflix. But OnePlus has promised us that this will be corrected in the future for the OnePlus 5 and 5T. 

We first learned about the DRM deficiency a bit over two weeks ago (when I got mine and checked the DRM level), and we immediately reached out to OnePlus for more information.

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OnePlus 5 and 5T can't play Netflix in HD, but the feature will be added at some point was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Netflix is testing a redesigned Android app with a bottom bar UI

Monday, December 4th, 2017

The Netflix app on Android has looked the same for a long time, but the company is apparently trying something new. One Reddit user has shared the updated UI that popped up on his phone, which includes a bottom navigation bar. There are some other changes as well, but all the same functionality should be included. If you're looking for an APK download, sorry. This looks like a server-side switch.

Currently, the Netflix app has a slide-out nav menu.

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Netflix is testing a redesigned Android app with a bottom bar UI was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Free Alert] Grab 6 months of Netflix for absolutely nothing if you own a Pixelbook or a Samsung Chromebook Plus/Pro

Sunday, December 3rd, 2017

Google often likes to give free things to people after they've purchased their products. Just look at Chromecast owners and all the Google Play credit they're drowning in. Now the same thing appears to be happening to owners of certain Chromebooks; if you own a Google Pixelbook, a Samsung Chromebook Plus, or a Samsung Chromebook Pro, you can get six months of Netflix for the incredible price of free.99.

Both existing and future owners are eligible to receive six months of Netflix's $11.99/month 'Two Screens at a Time' streaming plan for a total value of $65.94.

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[Free Alert] Grab 6 months of Netflix for absolutely nothing if you own a Pixelbook or a Samsung Chromebook Plus/Pro was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Verizon Galaxy Tab S3 finally gets Netflix HDR support, October security patch with new update

Sunday, December 3rd, 2017

If you're in the market for an Android tablet (you probably aren't), the Galaxy Tab S3 is one of the best options out there. Part of that is due to its beautiful AMOLED display, which supports HDR video. While the WiFi version of the Tab S3 got an update adding support for Netflix HDR two months ago, it's taken until now for Verizon to throw the same functionality in.

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Verizon Galaxy Tab S3 finally gets Netflix HDR support, October security patch with new update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

TV Show Favs gets a material design makeover in v4.0 [APK Download]

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Keeping track of what you're watching on TV is an absolute nightmare at the moment; there are just too many great series and not enough time. As with most problems we face these days, there's an app for that. TV Show Favs is a powerful tool that helps you track and manage the viewing of your favorite shows, with all sorts of useful features such as calendar integration and reminder notifications.

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TV Show Favs gets a material design makeover in v4.0 [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Netflix’s Android beta program on Google Play is open to the public again

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Early last year, Netflix prematurely flipped the switch on a beta channel release for its Android app. Within hours, the company pulled the plug on signups for the beta program. Now, over a year and a half later, it's back. Excited guinea pigs can again sign up to test the latest beta versions of the Netflix app for Android.

Although those who had already signed up last year were able to stay in the program, no subsequent users were able to join.

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Netflix's Android beta program on Google Play is open to the public again was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Netflix’s Android beta program on Google Play is open to the public again

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Early last year, Netflix prematurely flipped the switch on a beta channel release for its Android app. Within hours, the company pulled the plug on signups for the beta program. Now, over a year and a half later, it's back. Excited guinea pigs can again sign up to test the latest beta versions of the Netflix app for Android.

Although those who had already signed up last year were able to stay in the program, no subsequent users were able to join.

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Netflix's Android beta program on Google Play is open to the public again was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Netflix picture-in-picture makes its way to Android 8.1 Oreo with latest app version [APK Download]

Friday, October 27th, 2017

The picture-in-picture feature was first introduced to Android with the O developer previews, but it didn't get off to a great start, namely because crucial apps like YouTube didn't support it properly. Netflix was one of those apps, but Android 8.1 has added official support for Netflix PiP.

We had to take pictures because Netflix doesn't allow screenshots.

Using Netflix with picture-in-picture follows the same process as it does with any other app - so long as you're on 8.1 and have the latest Netflix version (which will be linked below), you'll be able to watch your movie via the floating window while you do whatever else you need to do.

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Netflix picture-in-picture makes its way to Android 8.1 Oreo with latest app version [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Party like it’s 1999] DVD Netflix app makes it easier to manage your DVD and Blu-ray queue

Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

Netflix might be the big name in streaming these days, but some of you might remember that the service got its start via rentals of physical media. In fact, Netflix still offers both DVDs and Blu-rays to this day. Users of "DVD Netflix," as the service is called, pay a separate subscription and have to use either the companion site or iOS app to queue up films for delivery. At least, they did until the Android app was released a couple weeks ago.

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[Party like it's 1999] DVD Netflix app makes it easier to manage your DVD and Blu-ray queue was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Netflix is suddenly reappearing on the Play Store for some previously banished modified devices

Friday, October 13th, 2017

This May, Netflix started blocking rooted and unlocked devices from downloading the company's app on Google Play. It was an unfortunate restriction that locked out many people and stirred up a lot of anger. Over the last week, some of us at AP have started noticing the app reappearing, even though our devices still don't pass SafetyNet/Google Play device certification.

Not all of us are seeing the Netflix app return. My own bootloader-unlocked Pixel XL still adamantly refuses to show the app listing, but Artem's is more than happy to oblige.

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Netflix is suddenly reappearing on the Play Store for some previously banished modified devices was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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