The new feature will automatically download content whenever it senses a decent internet connection.
Netflix has launched a new feature that will allow users to watch or stream shows and movies without an internet connection or even a poor internet connection. The feature is out for Android devices while iOS compatibility is coming soon.
The download will begin again when you get internet access but would not stop users from viewing it.
In a blog post Netflix wrote: “You can now start watching The Mitchells vs The Machines or the next episode of Luis Miguel – The Series even if it hasn’t completed downloading. Once you’ve regained a strong enough connection, you can choose to finish the download and keep watching — avoiding those surprise notices that you’ve gone over your data limits. We always want to make it easier for members to access their favourite series or movies regardless of language, device, connectivity, or location. So partial downloading is now available on Android phones and tablets, and we’ll begin testing on iOS in the coming months. That’s the download on Netflix’s latest improvement – for now.”