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All You Need to

Know About Netflix

The moment Netflix started providing its DVD-by-mail service, conventional video stores started going out of business. It did not take long for the corporation to comprehend that most video customers do not really like dealing with retail persons, paying late fee, or standing in a line. A few years after its inception, Netflix started tweaking its overall strategy, and adding movies and streaming TV within its service area. Today, Hollywood Video and Blockbuster no longer exist. It is very clear that customers love the fresh online TV market more than anything else, in which Netflix is proving to be the top player.

Netflix Library

The Netflix library not only gives you access to full series shows and allows you to binge-watch your favorite shows during leisurely hours, but also assures that you  get to enjoy exclusive content. Netflix has been awarded the Gold Award among the many internet TV providers by Top Ten Reviews, and that is because the service is easy to use, its app is highly compatible, and its offerings range is huge! Even without taking into account the array of movies provided for streaming, Netflix seems to dominate its industry by offering to its customers a great quantity of new and classic TV series. You can watch all the different seasons of a particular show, brought to you by any of the four big names. Additionally, you can enjoy the latest series on your cable channels, excluding on HBO. However, there is one major downside to using Netflix. You cannot watch the latest seasons of most shows with its help. Although Netflix has started forming deals with different production companies in order to obtain seasons faster, you still have to wait about 10 months for a latest TV season to appear on your TV. In case you love watching ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, ‘24’ and other completed series, you will not face much problem. But, in case you are into latest episodes, like those of ‘Walking Dead’ or similar, you will find yourself to be unlucky. Most of the competitors of Netflix are offering original content to their consumers. However, ‘Orange is the New Black’, ‘House of Cards’ and other Netflix offerings have the potential to give even some award-winning TV series provided by cable a run for money. Besides, Nielsen guidelines do not really matter to Netflix like they do to cable TV providers. Hence, Netflix can take bold steps. In the past, Netflix revived the ‘Arrested Development’ series. It also saved ‘The killing’ of AMC from dying prematurely by showing its viewers a final closure season.

Netflix Features

Netflix made its debut by introducing a computer-only model. However, at present, it offers a large number of additional apps that support nearly every kind of smart device imaginable. You can watch Netflix on your Blu-ray, Smart TV, tablet, gaming console, laptop and smartphone. In other words, if you have internet, you can watch Netflix using almost any device. Netflix also provides 1080p of its own, and calls the same Super HD. If applicable to a show, you can see the tag ‘Super HD’ in the description part. But, your internet connection plays a part in determining whether you can watch HD, or not. In case you get a speed of 7mbps or more, you should have no problem enjoying the best quality Netflix can give you. Rumors suggest that Netflix may even take the plunge to provide 4K. Other than that, the feature called ‘Instant Queue’ is now known as ‘My List’. Whenever you locate a TV series or a movie that you would like to watch later, you can make use of the feature to put that into your list. If you rate and watch a lot of shows, you will start getting very relevant recommendations after a while.

Netflix Usability

Getting started with Netflix is quite easy. Once you are done registering, you are offered a short questionnaire regarding your choice in TV shows and movies. Once you pick what you like, you are shown recommendations that you can begin watching immediately. In case the shown recommendations do not appeal to you much, you can use the search feature, which can effectively and intuitively find titles from among the available content. Netflix even gives you the option to personalize the movies and shows you select by creating different profiles. For instance, if you pick the Kids section, Netflix will not show any content that is unsuitable for kids.

Google wants to

compete with Netflix

and Spotify

Google wants to take over the TV subscription industry, and here’s its first entry. Watch out Netflix and Hulu. Google’s new YouTube subscription service is trying to appeal to those who want both streaming video and streaming music On Wednesday, Google took the wraps off what is one of the biggest evolutionary steps for YouTube since it was acquired 10 years ago. It introduced YouTube Red, a subscription version of the video site that comes without ads and lets users download videos for $10 a month. In a nutshell, Google wants to compete with Netflix—and Hulu and HBO Go and Comcast’s Watchable—as well as Spotify and Apple Music and Pandora, all at the same time. But is this even possible? There’s a lot to unpack in the announcement, so for simplicity’s sake, it’s probably easiest to break the new service down into the Netflix-like part and the Spotify-like music streaming part. On the video side, subscribers to YouTube Red will be able to watch millions of videos on YouTube without having to sit through advertising. They will be able to save videos to watch them offline, and listen to them in the background while using other apps. In addition, starting next year Google  GOOG 11.79%  is going to be adding new, more TV-style content from its content partners and channels that will only be available to Red subscribers. This ranges from a video-game inspired show with YouTube’s biggest star, PewDiePie, to a feature-length comedy series from the creators of Rooster Teeth, a popular YouTube content company. Like Netflix, but with PewDiePie If you run down the list of shows that YouTube has planned, it’s not exactly a Netflix-style selection of traditional hits. For example, it doesn’t have anything that’s likely to compete with Orange Is The New Black, or House of Cards, or the new series Narcos. Instead, what YouTube Red has is shows that are built around existing YouTube stars like PewDiePie and the Fine Brothers. If you don’t spend a lot of time on YouTube or are over a certain age, you probably have no idea who any of those people are, which doesn’t really matter because you aren’t the target market. For YouTubers, PewDiePie is arguably as big as Drake is for rap or hip-hop fans. For more information on YouTube’s subscription service click on the link below:
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All You Need to

Know About Netflix

The moment Netflix started providing its DVD-by- mail service, conventional video stores started going out of business. It did not take long for the corporation to comprehend that most video customers do not really like dealing with retail persons, paying late fee, or standing in a line. A few years after its inception, Netflix started tweaking its overall strategy, and adding movies and streaming TV within its service area. Today, Hollywood Video and Blockbuster no longer exist. It is very clear that customers love the fresh online TV market more than anything else, in which Netflix is proving to be the top player.

Netflix Library

The Netflix library not only gives you access to full series shows and allows you to binge-watch your favorite shows during leisurely hours, but also assures that you  get to enjoy exclusive content. Netflix has been awarded the Gold Award among the many internet TV providers by Top Ten Reviews, and that is because the service is easy to use, its app is highly compatible, and its offerings range is huge! Even without taking into account the array of movies provided for streaming, Netflix seems to dominate its industry by offering to its customers a great quantity of new and classic TV series. You can watch all the different seasons of a particular show, brought to you by any of the four big names. Additionally, you can enjoy the latest series on your cable channels, excluding on HBO. However, there is one major downside to using Netflix. You cannot watch the latest seasons of most shows with its help. Although Netflix has started forming deals with different production companies in order to obtain seasons faster, you still have to wait about 10 months for a latest TV season to appear on your TV. In case you love watching ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, ‘24’ and other completed series, you will not face much problem. But, in case you are into latest episodes, like those of ‘Walking Dead’ or similar, you will find yourself to be unlucky. Most of the competitors of Netflix are offering original content to their consumers. However, ‘Orange is the New Black’, ‘House of Cards’ and other Netflix offerings have the potential to give even some award-winning TV series provided by cable a run for money. Besides, Nielsen guidelines do not really matter to Netflix like they do to cable TV providers. Hence, Netflix can take bold steps. In the past, Netflix revived the ‘Arrested Development’ series. It also saved ‘The killing’ of AMC from dying prematurely by showing its viewers a final closure season.

Netflix Features

Netflix made its debut by introducing a computer- only model. However, at present, it offers a large number of additional apps that support nearly every kind of smart device imaginable. You can watch Netflix on your Blu-ray, Smart TV, tablet, gaming console, laptop and smartphone. In other words, if you have internet, you can watch Netflix using almost any device. Netflix also provides 1080p of its own, and calls the same Super HD. If applicable to a show, you can see the tag ‘Super HD’ in the description part. But, your internet connection plays a part in determining whether you can watch HD, or not. In case you get a speed of 7mbps or more, you should have no problem enjoying the best quality Netflix can give you. Rumors suggest that Netflix may even take the plunge to provide 4K. Other than that, the feature called ‘Instant Queue’ is now known as ‘My List’. Whenever you locate a TV series or a movie that you would like to watch later, you can make use of the feature to put that into your list. If you rate and watch a lot of shows, you will start getting very relevant recommendations after a while.

Netflix Usability

Getting started with Netflix is quite easy. Once you are done registering, you are offered a short questionnaire regarding your choice in TV shows and movies. Once you pick what you like, you are shown recommendations that you can begin watching immediately. In case the shown recommendations do not appeal to you much, you can use the search feature, which can effectively and intuitively find titles from among the available content. Netflix even gives you the option to personalize the movies and shows you select by creating different profiles. For instance, if you pick the Kids section, Netflix will not show any content that is unsuitable for kids.

Google wants to compete

with Netflix and Spotify

Google wants to take over the TV subscription industry, and here’s its first entry. Watch out Netflix and Hulu. Google’s new YouTube subscription service is trying to appeal to those who want both streaming video and streaming music On Wednesday, Google took the wraps off what is one of the biggest evolutionary steps for YouTube since it was acquired 10 years ago. It introduced YouTube Red, a subscription version of the video site that comes without ads and lets users download videos for $10 a month. In a nutshell, Google wants to compete with Netflix—and Hulu and HBO Go and Comcast’s Watchable—as well as Spotify and Apple Music and Pandora, all at the same time. But is this even possible? There’s a lot to unpack in the announcement, so for simplicity’s sake, it’s probably easiest to break the new service down into the Netflix-like part and the Spotify-like music streaming part. On the video side, subscribers to YouTube Red will be able to watch millions of videos on YouTube without having to sit through advertising. They will be able to save videos to watch them offline, and listen to them in the background while using other apps. In addition, starting next year Google  GOOG 11.79%  is going to be adding new, more TV-style content from its content partners and channels that will only be available to Red subscribers. This ranges from a video-game inspired show with YouTube’s biggest star, PewDiePie, to a feature-length comedy series from the creators of Rooster Teeth, a popular YouTube content company. Like Netflix, but with PewDiePie If you run down the list of shows that YouTube has planned, it’s not exactly a Netflix-style selection of traditional hits. For example, it doesn’t have anything that’s likely to compete with Orange Is The New Black, or House of Cards, or the new series Narcos. Instead, what YouTube Red has is shows that are built around existing YouTube stars like PewDiePie and the Fine Brothers. If you don’t spend a lot of time on YouTube or are over a certain age, you probably have no idea who any of those people are, which doesn’t really matter because you aren’t the target market. For YouTubers, PewDiePie is arguably as big as Drake is for rap or hip-hop fans. For more information on YouTube’s subscription service click on the link below:
More Info From Fortune.com More Info From Fortune.com
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