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It’s been a long time coming, but Netflix is finally preparing to add offline support to its world-famous video streaming platform.
For years, there have only been two things that can get in the way of a good Netflix binge:
-Your internet connection
Netflix plans to tackle that second problem by rolling out a certain type of offline support. Gizmodo is reporting that Netflix is creating a “download and go” video streaming feature – kind of like the one used by Amazon Prime Video and BBC’s iPlayer.
So you won’t have unlimited access to Netflix’s video library offline (understandably) but you will be able to download videos for future consumption.
The rumor is so widespread that industry insiders are calling it an “open secret” in the industry.
What does this mean for you? It means you’ll be able to load up your smartphone, tablet, or computer with Netflix episodes before you go traveling. It means you can watch brand new episodes of Orange is the New Black the next time you’re over the ocean on an airplane.
It’s easy to get excited about this news. But still, it’s hard to spend too much time praising Netflix. The company is late to the game with offline support. If rivals like Amazon have figured it out, then why did it take Netflix so long?
In any case, it’s better late than never. Look out for offline Netflix streaming coming your way in the near future.