Just when we thought things were getting better for BlackBerry with the release of PlayBook OS 2.0, it looks like the company has suffered another blow – this time courtesy of Netflix. A hopeful PlayBook customer reached out to Netflix via Twitter, asking about whether the Netflix app was going to arrive on the tablet. Netflix promptly replied with the following tweet: “We don’t have any current plans to support Blackberry devices, incluing [sic] Playbook.” Ouch.
With the PlayBook not exactly flying off the shelves, and all the negativity surrounding BlackBerry nowadays, it’s not surprising that Netflix has chosen not to support the platform. Perhaps the streaming service company will change its mind with the arrival of BlackBerry 10 OS? I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. How many of you are missing Netflix on your PlayBook tablets or BlackBerry phones?
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