Earlier this year Netflix showed off a feature which allows subscribers to be easily able to share their accounts. If one account is shared by a family, the queues and recommendations are likely to get all messed up, as not everyone has similar viewing habits. This used to be a nuisance for those who shared their Netflix accounts, but with multiple user profiles support, this gets taken care of. Users can create their very own profiles on a single Netflix account, thus keeping their queues and recommendations separate. Today the Netflix Android app has been updated with this feature.
Just over two months back Netflix rolled out a major update of its Android application, one that brought a revamped user interface as well significantly improved performance. The changelog of this recent update reveals that the app now has enhanced search features, which support related titles as well as people. Netflix’s updated Android app is live now and available as a free download from the Google Play Store. If you have been reluctant about using your Android device with your Netflix account, fret no more. Now your queues and recommendations will remain separate from that of the people you share your Netflix account with.
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