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Netflix introduces offline viewing for smartphones and tablets

Now you can stream on the train, the plane and the automobile.

Spend more QT with Eleven and the boys.

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Your morning commute just got more entertaining.

Today, Netflix announced that members will now be able to download select shows and films to stream in offline mode. This means you won’t have to rely on Wi-Fi to watch your stories.

Original Netflix series “Orange is the New Black,” “The Crown,” and “Stranger Things” are among the first titles available, as well as other TV favorites like “The Office.”

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The streaming video provider is catching up with competitors like Amazon Prime Video, which has offered offline viewing for over a year.

The full list of content available for download is on the Netflix app for phones and tablets powered by Android and iOS; make sure you’re using at least iOS 8.0 and Android 4.4.2.

Just what society needs, another reason to stare at our screens instead of talking to each other!

 

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