Netflix For Android
Netflix is available on Android phones and tablets running Android 2.3 or later. The current version of the Netflix application requires Android version 5.0 or later. Devices running earlier versions of the Android operating system (as well as the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 "tablet) will be prompted to download a previous compatible version of the Netflix app. Find titles by tapping the magnifying glass in the upper right corner of the app. You can also scroll through recommended rows of genres on the Home screen or browse all genres from the menu in the upper left corner. To fast-forward or rewind, tap anywhere on the screen, and then slide your finger forward or back along the progress bar. Press the Back button to exit the movie.
Netflix is one of the most popular streaming services in the world. You can use it to watch videos from almost any device, including almost all Android phones and tablets. The Netflix subscription requires a minimal monthly fee, but you can get a free one-month trial when you create an account. Once you have an account, simply download and install the Netflix app.
A. Get the app
- Create a Netflix account on your computer. Although you can set up a new account through the app, it will be much faster to do it on a computer. If you register for the first time, you can take advantage of the free trial month.
- Open the Google Play Store on your Android device. The Netflix app is available for all devices running Android 2.2 or later. However, to run the latest version of Netflix, you must run Android 4.0 or later.
- Search for "Netflix". It should appear as the first result in the search results list.
- Tap "Install". Netflix is a free application, so you can download and install it without paying anything. The application itself is pretty small and should be downloaded in a few minutes.
B. Using Netflix
- Open the Netflix app and sign in with your Netflix account. If you have not created a Netflix account yet, you can tap the link at the bottom of the screen to open your web browser and start the account creation process.
- Select your profile. If you have more than one Netflix profile associated with your account, you will be prompted to select your profile after logging in.
- Search for titles by pressing the magnifying glass button. This is located in the upper right corner of the Netflix app screen. You can search by title and by actor.
- Scroll through the genres by pressing the menu button (). This will open the navigation menu, allowing you to select TV shows and different kinds of movies.
- Tap a title to start reading it. Once you have found something you want to watch, click on it to start broadcasting it on your device. You will need a strong network connection to be able to watch in good quality. HD video is only supported on some of the latest Android devices.
- Play your video on your TV with Chromecast. If you have a Chromecast setup on your TV, you can quickly convert any Netflix video on your TV to Full HD by pressing the Chromecast button at the top of the screen.
You can also use the Chromecast button to control playback on your video game console. Simply select your game console running the Netflix application from the list of available devices.
1. Restart your device to solve most problems. If you have read problems, a quick restart is usually enough to get Netflix up and running again. Turn off your device completely, then restart it.
2. Clear the data from the Netflix app if you continue to have problems. Incorrect data may cause Netflix to malfunction. Erasing this data can help put things back in place.Open the Settings app on your Android device.
- Click on "Applications" or "Applications".
- Scroll down the list and press "Netflix".
- Press the "Clear Data" button. You will be prompted to log back in to Netflix when you restart it.
3. Check your network if the broadcast is choppy. Netflix relies on a solid data connection to stream video. If you have playback problems, make sure your network is working properly and your device is sending a strong signal.
4. Uninstall and reinstall the application as a last resort. If you still can not get Netflix to work, uninstalling and reinstalling the application may make it work again.
- Open the Applications section of the Settings menu.
- Select "Netflix", then press "Uninstall".
- Confirm that you want to remove Netflix and then download it again from the Google Play Store.