There hasn’t been any official words from Netflix regarding this move but it is clear that Netflix has been testing hard the use of HTML5 on various platforms to understand which works better for the user. Netflix didn’t announce any changes but users did experience difference in User Interfaces on two difference machines which actually confused a lot of users. But, Netflix was happily testing the user experience to plan their next move.
Google TV has made waves since its launch in some form or the other. It was not just the user experience but also the amount of apps that have made this concept of Google a success to some extent. Since ages Google TV has come loaded with the default Netflix app where users can watch a movie and have it shipped instantly to their homes without any hassles. But, looks like things are about to change with a new version of Netflix app all set to launch for Google TV.
Netflix has been spreading quickly, a lot of talk about the company and how they are becoming bigger and bigger. Netflix is a company which allows you to pay a one time fee per month and you will get the entire Netflix library of streaming movies for that one time fee per month. Netflix is on major gaming consoles like the Xbox 360, PS3 and even the Wii.
Well, Netflix and streaming video has come a long way since the idea actually first came about. Though Netflix could well be called a company that offers DVD by mail, the new streaming only plans that are being tested by Netflix in the US for now seem to change the basis on which this company was working.
The word giant has lost its definition since companies like Apple, Google, Microsoft etc started to reach out for every possible boundaries of the online market which no one had ever expected. To take another tactical leap, Apple has decided to launch TV shows at the cost of 99 cents in order to curb down the likes of Hulu and Netflix.