Netflix For iPhone Watch Movies And TV Shows Instantly
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This year at WWDC 2010 Netflix CEO announced that they were bringing Netflix to the iPhone. You would be able to watch your "Watch ...
This year at WWDC 2010 Netflix CEO announced that they were bringing Netflix to the iPhone. You would be able to watch your "Watch Instantly" Movies and Shows right on your iPhone. iPad did it, and it worked out pretty well. The iPhone version seems really small but thats just me from using the iPad. Netflix is a great program and this just adds a little more fun on the go. I highly recommend getting the $9 plan for a month or two just to watch some of the stuff they have on there, its worth it.
I saw this on the twitter feed the other day and downloaded it. Works good. I watched 2 30 min Weeds episodes over 3G and it only had to re-buffer once. Will come in handy between classes this semester.
Great news！Hope can really watch instantly!
eher, now the news read that Apple’s iTV remote will be out later or sooner. To me, what I'd like to see is a new Apple TV that's more like the Airport Express. Just a little module that plugs into the wall. Throw in a video processor chip and a bit of Flash memory and make it cheap enough I can connect one to every TV in the house. Then everything streams wirelessly from my Mac with a nice interface, remote controlled by the iPhone/iPod/iPad. That's all I want.
Though enjoy videos or movies on iPhone or iPad(some times need iFunia video converter for lack of flash support), yet very cool, handy and free on the go, but image that remote with iPhone/iPod/iPad, enjoy the stream TV on MAC with a nice interface really a match made in heaven!
Blockbuster was trying to do the same sort of thing with their streaming videos on the Droid X, it was an app that came standard on the thing. I read an article about it and all the people that commented about it had disabled the app and deleted it so it wasnt sucking processing power. Netflix is much better, even better now that they have a better selection adding the other studios to their lineup.
The netflix app rocks. Hubby and I found you can also have 2 iPhones watching 2 different shows at the same time on the same account. Nut you do end up sharing a queue so if I watch something after him my show comes up on his when he hoes back in. So instead of Weeds he will get Land Before Time.
I've been enjoying it when my 3 yr old falls asleep in the car. I just park by a mcdonalds or Starbucks and watch netflix off their free wifi. Quality is awesome.
my rc cable is connected correctly to my iphone 4 and samsung 61 inch avi slot but nothing is playing. What settings on the phone do I have to change. I went to ipod and tv widescreen setting and turned it on...that's all i did so far and nothign