Google TV was, well… kind of a failure. It wasn’t mature, it wasn’t finished, and it didn’t have what Android is famous for: Openness and apps from the Android Market.
The Netflix app has been around for some time now and has worked “unofficially” on just about every device. Every few weeks Netflix drops an update to give “official” support
Netflix has quietly grown the number of officially supported Android devices this week, hitting two dozen products. The makeup is most certainly lopsided at twenty-three handsets and one tablet –
There has been a tsunami of hate that has been flowing towards Netflix with their announcement that they will be raising their fees on rate plans that include both streaming and DVD’s in the mail. In essence, Netflix has doubled their fees if you want to both stream and receive DVD’s as well.
I have read post after post, comment after comment blasting Netflix about this decision. People saying that they are leaving the service, that they have had enough and taking their money elsewhere. (Where might I ask?) I have seen people say that Netflix’s timing is bad because the economy is struggling.
My response? You are all insane to think that this was not coming.
Texas Instruments (TI) has become the first partner to pick up Netflix’s certification for the Netflix HD application on Android. More specifically, the certification is for devices with the OMAP
As many of you already know the Netflix app was released for Android not long ago. At the time of release the app only supported a handful of devices. Supported
Remember that leaked Netflix app from the LG Revolution system dump? If you can remember, the main function (being able to watch content) was not working. None of that matters now because Netflix has dropped the official app into the Android Market. The catch is that it only works on select HTC devices and the Samsung Nexus S, but, all of the features work properly.
If you have been waiting for the official Netflix for Android application, a recent Verizon Wireless pamphlet shows that it will be coming soon in the LG Revolution, a good sign that the Netflix app is close to a release.
AndroidPolice recently posted a full system dump of the upcoming 4G LG Revolution for Verizon Wireless. Through this dump, all seemed pretty normal, until a Netflix app was found. After testing this
The days of waiting for streaming movies and television shows appears to be drawing to a close. Thanks to the performance and security in the Snapdragon platform, Android phones are set to see the service shortly.
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In a hint of things to come, Netflix has posted a job listing on their website looking for someone to help build with instant streaming client for Android devices. As