Netflix users on Xbox 360 have gotten another update from the film and TV streaming company. The update will enable users to log-in through a single sign-on account as they put it. What this means is that your Netflix account will be accessible through Xbox 360 consoles that don’t belong to you via your Xbox LIVE details. Besides that, the company also added features for non-US users.
The company has added Facebook integration across Latin America, Canada, the UK and Ireland. If you are based any of the above mentioned countries, users will be able to see what your Facebook friends have watched and rated on Netflix if they allow it. Netflix iterates that users will be in control of what is being shared or not.
According to online reports, even the UI has had a facelift and additional features such as Skip Forward, Skip Back and Zoom functions mid-play. They also claim to have improved the image quality through better color contrast. If you own an Xbox and already have the application on your console, you will automatically receive the update when you next access it. Otherwise, you can download it from the Xbox LIVE Apps Marketplace.
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