Netflix has added a new feature to its iOS app, allowing users to watch a 30-secd video trailer of ctent that interests them.
The company started testing functiality in early March, but is now deploying it to all users. Video previews are visible in portrait mode, which ensures that they do not interrupt your browsing experience by cstantly changing the orientati of your device.
"Years of testing have shown that video previews help our members navigate better – discover new ctent faster," says Netflix, describing the new feature. "With the launch of mobile previews, we're bringing a video navigati experience to your mobile phe in a fun and mobile-optimized way. "
You can find previews by looking for round ics at the top of the home screen. work the same way as Snapchat stories, allowing you to swipe between them to find something interesting.
If any of the previews grab your attenti, press the "Play" butt at the bottom from the preview or press for more informati. to add it to your queue Netflix.
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If you want to download the Netflix iOS app, you can do it here. The applicati itself is free, although you must subscribe to Netflix to be able to use it.