The new version of Netflix and its apps are now available to everyone on Android and Apple TV, meaning you can stream them on your Android TV, Apple TV and iPhone.
These versions of Netflix are now called “Netflix for Android” and “Netflix on Apple TV.”
If you’re using Android TV as a smart TV, you can also stream Netflix on it.
If you have a Netflix subscription, you should be able to stream any of these new versions of the streaming service on your device without a separate app or app update.
Netflix for Android has a new interface and a new look that make it easier to navigate.
If you have an older version of the app on your phone or tablet, you may still be able access the app from the Netflix website, but there are some issues that will prevent you from accessing the service on those devices.
If that’s the case, you’ll have to install Netflix on the iPhone or iPad.
You’ll still be limited to streaming Netflix on Android devices.
Netflix for Apple TV can be accessed from your Apple TV through the Netflix app, which is a free, Google-owned app for your smart TV.
If your Apple device is running an earlier version of iOS or OS X, you won’t be able use Netflix for Apple television.
Netflix on Apple TVs is currently only available in the U.S. The service is also available in Canada and other countries.
If it was available in your country, you would need to upgrade your Apple product to get Netflix on your TV.
Netflix on Android is available on many of your favorite streaming devices, including Apple TV (Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire Stick Lite), Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra, Google Home, Google Play Movies and TV, Samsung Chromecast Smart, Amazon Fire TV Smart, Roku, Xbox, Amazon Instant Video, Apple TVs with Chromecast support and Roku players.
Netflix has also released a companion app called Netflix on Google TV.