Netflix is one of the most popular streaming services that allow users to watch a wide variety of popular, award-winning TV shows, documentaries, movies, and thousands of devices that can connect to the internet.
With Netflix, there’s always something new to watch, since there are new TV shows and movies added monthly.
Netflix works on memberships. It offers three membership plans for your needs:
- “Basic Plan: 1 screen plan SD (watch on 1 device at a time, Standard Definition)
- Standard Plan: 2 screen plan HD (watch on 2 devices simultaneously, High Definition when available)
- Premium Plan: 4 screen plan HD/UHD 4K (watch on 4 devices simultaneously, includes High Definition and Ultra High Definition when available)”
Also, the service is available in over 190 countries, which grants Netflix users access to fantastic content.
The app reached version 7.65.0 Build 20 34988 and here is how the developers announced the update’s performance gains:
“You worry about what to watch next, we’re busy making that experience even better.”
If you have auto-updating enabled, the app should have quickly updated itself. If the app hasn’t updated itself yet, check its Google Play page and manually update it.
If that does not work and no new update for the app is displayed on Google Play, you can alternatively manually download an apk file that is up to date and install the latest version by yourself.
However, if you choose to do so, ensure that you get your apk file from a trusted source. Installing apk files from unknown sources is a risky task, as it can do irreparable damage to your phone in the form of viruses or, worse, hacking of various instances.
Google Play is the overall best source of apps and updates since all of them are periodically verified and user reports are especially taken into account.