Great news for Netflix users with Android devices: the company today launched a new update for its Android app that expands the support of the app. It is now available for users in Canada and Latin America for the first time. It also includes support for all Android 3.x Honeycomb tablets (previously it was only restricted to smartphones and Honeycomb on selected tabets).
In addition to expanding its reach, the latest version of Netflix now also supports alternate audio and subtitles: great for folks who don’t want to watch their shows and movies in English. The Netflix app is available for free on the Android Market now but you’ll need a Netflix account to make use of it (obviously).
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