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The choppy, laggy, and all-around unwatchable Netflix app for Android is finally being replaced, thanks to an update that is rolling out now. Spotted by Android Police, Netflix for Android 3.0 has a complete redesign a lot closer to the version available for Apple. It shows marked performance improvements, not only on the device but also when utilizing Chromecast to watch on the big screen. But it’s not totally up to date — most notably missing the app’s new profile feature. But if you have an Android device, you can finally watch Orange is the New Black lag-free.

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  1. Michael E. Ballard Friday, November 1, 2013

    I’m not understanding why there is not more discussion about the fact that the Netflix apps do not allow a user to browse their full library? When you log in to a Netflix app you are limited to seeing the titles listed that they want you to see. If you want to search their entire library to find something to watch… you still have to go to their website… search… put the movie in your” list” (queue) …. then access that title on the devise running the Netflix app. Dose this bother anyone else? What if you don’t have access to a computer when using a Netflix app? So… if you want to know if they have a title that’s not listed in the app, have fun searching until you find one they do have. How hard would it be to allow members to brows all of Netfix’s content in an app? Maybe I’m just living in the future…or asking too much?

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