Folks who have been clamoring for Netflix to arrive on Android can somewhat rejoice. The Netflix app for the Android operating system has recently found its way online and is available for download. Netflix, the biggest video on demand service available in the US was previously announced to work on devices with Qualcomm processors, but according to reports, the app has been found to run on multiple devices including the Motorola Xoom Honeycomb tablet. There have also been reports about the app not being able to stream videos at all, though this could be due to Netflix blocking the service from their end. The leak of the app does suggest that it will be officially released soon, though we’ll have to wait for an announcement to confirm. In the meantime, if you’d like to give the Netflix app a shot, head here.
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