The size of the controls on the screen has increased, labels make audio choices and subtitles easier to change, and there are 10 seconds buttons on and forth. Jump to the next episode of your favorite show is faster too.
Watching content on smaller screens usually works well until you have to interact with the small interface and frustrated camps on your touch screen. Netflix decided to reduce this frustration in its latest update for iOS focusing on navigation controls.
Like 9to5Mac, version 11.12.0 of the Netflix app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV improve on steering in several ways. First of all, the size of the controls has increased to offer more play / respite buttons. There are also new labels that allow quick and easy selection of Chapters or to change audio options and display subtitles.
For steering in a episode or movie, Netflix introduced buttons 10 seconds on and back. But instead of just relying on buttons, Netflix added the ability to double on the left or right hand side to trigger the same bumps.
We may be used on our Smart TV TV, but Netflix on iOS only gets a "Next Chapter" button, so it should be much faster to jump to the next episode of the show as you end the & # 39; front. Pool viewers will be happy, although Netflix would be rather than you did.
The update on the app is timely as the wind begins to take place for Thanksgiving and there is much more demand for some entertainment to highlight until the end of the weekend. Netflix's biggest competition for viewers will be the Amazon streaming service, but Google is trying to point out to us with some deals with this tempting Google Play this week.