Netflix lifts a restriction on one Premium tier and significantly increases its support for spatial audio
As much as Netflix is attempting to persuade its users to purchase their own subscriptions rather than sharing passwords, it has made two amazing announcements for its subscribers, probably to get their customers distracted from controversies about password sharing. Netflix is aiming to expand its catalog of spatial audio content along with the removal of limitations regarding downloaded data on your device.
Spatial audio was launched by Netflix last July. It maintains a collection of some movies and TV shows from its collection. Despite the fact that this audio feature is now available for over 700 movies and TV shows,
Some popular series, such as The Watcher, Wednesday, and Glass Onion; A Knife Out Mystery; and many more upcoming series, have also been added to the list.There’ll be a separate title for spatial audio once it’s released. You can find a list of all series that use this feature under the option of spatial audio.
This latest feature is integrated with Apple devices and AirPods in conjunction with their spatial audio feature.Devices that are compatible with this feature include
- iPhone 7 and later using iOS 15.1 or above
- iPad Air, 3rd generation, and later using iPadOS 15.1 or above
- iPad mini, 5th generation, and later using iPadOS 15.1 or above
- iPad Pro 3rd generation and later models running iPadOS 15.1 or higher
- Apple TV 4K and later using tvOS 15 or above
Compatible air pods include:
- AirPods, 3rd generation
- AirPods Pro
- AirPods Max
- Beats Fit Pro
Spatial audio is only available on Netflix’s most expensive premium tier, which costs $19.99 per month. Additionally, the business is planning a tweak for customers that could make the premium tier a little more alluring.
Downloading content on devices
Netflix users that have subscribed to premium plans will now get more devices to download the content. Netflix has increased the number of devices on which you can download its content. In the last amendment, this number was four and is now six.
It was explained by the company that these measures were taken in accordance with people who need to travel from one place to another; they prefer offline content.
These latest updates will be available to users right after the end of the password sharing feature. It seems like Netflix is trying to entertain its customers in new ways to reduce the frustration of ending password sharing.
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