The streaming service joins its competitors and will allow subscribers to download some of the consumers for later viewing even without a connection to the network
If you are still angry at Netflix atRoll the whole story about the strange and tough limits to support the Ultra HD content display, This announcement is supposed to soften you a bit: Netflix will enable today all subscribers to the service Download video content to the local memory on their devices, For late viewing immediately and without the need for a connection אינטרנט proper.
This is in line with the significant competitor service from Amazon,Amazon Prime Video that already offers similar capabilities (and is reportedly set to launch an aggressive international expansion soon, such as that of Netflix that officially introduced the service to the Holy Land), and something that should benefit consumers in countries where mobile Internet access is not wide or cheap enough - and consumers from all countries Who often fly, or visit areas where there is no network access.
Considering that the content downloaded locally will still be protected against copying and duplication by theDRM Netflix's advanced adoption - We are surprised it took so long for the company to make this important and sought-after feature a reality. But hey, late is better than ever.
It is worth noting that at the beginning only some of the series and movies available on the service will also be available for download, not unlike the gradual expansion of high-quality content or Hebrew subtitles - and over time we should see more and more content available offline. Well done to Netflix, and now - maybe we can also get real 1080p streaming on all types of browsers please?