Netflix Makes It Easier To Watch Movies On The Go

The streaming company introduces a new, very useful feature for those who have limited access to the internet.
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Nov 30 | 10:48 AM EST

The major streaming company announced on Wednesday that subscribers can now download certain movies offline. Downloading is available on all their plans but is only available on phones and tablets operating on either Android or iOS. This is new feature is perfect for those who are traveling on the road where WiFi might be scarce or on an airplane, train or bus where WiFi might be non-existant.

To access the new feature, you'll have to update to the newest version. Then you'll be able to see a new Download button to watch offline later.

The company is currently working on getting all their content available for download but it will take some time. In the meantime titles such as Orange is the New Black, House of Cards & Black Mirror are currently ready for downloading.