Friday, April 2, 2010

Netflix on iPhone?

Steve Swasey, VP of Corporate Communications, here. Terrific response to our news today about Netflix on the iPad. For those of you asking whether Netflix will be on the iPhone and iPod Touch: We wouldn't invite you to dinner without planning to serve dessert. In other words, we're working on it so stay tuned.

439 comments:

  1. Excellent! Good to hear it! Thanks for keeping us iPhone users in mind!

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  2. Plenty of resources to spend on developing new platforms for streaming, but maintaining the already developed friends system was too much? Lame.

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  3. I don't invite 15 million strangers to dinner, only my 10 closest friends. Too bad I can't read the reviews or see the star ratings of my 10 closest friends on Netflix anymore. Can't wait for a Netflix competitor to arrive!

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  4. @Scott Rose:

    dont hold your breath sir, Im not even a netflix member and I cant see a competitor in the far future

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  5. great! waiting for the ipod touch app!

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  6. Let's hope it comes a little faster than your Mac support did!

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  7. Thank you very much Steve! I was super excited to hear about it coming to the iPad and this is the perfect dessert. For the blind nah-sayers here, look at what this will do for "already developed friends" and certain robot looking ones! As Netflix continues to adapt and move forward, we as paying customers will reap the benefits!

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  8. Thank you Netflix for wasting my time. After your CEO stated in January that Netflix has no plans for supporting mobile devices, I started to write an app for the iPhone using your developer's API. Thanks for inviting developers to support your business, then slitting their throats. Thank you very much.

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  9. What about Viera?

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  10. Awesome!!! Any chance it'll work over 3G on the iPhone? (or 3G iPad). Don't care too much; wifi alone is still awesome :)

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  11. @Anoynymous:

    Netflix's business model is to screw over both customers and developers. They're an equal opportunity screwer!

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  12. yay! thanks, netflix dudes!

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  13. This is GREAT news! Thank you for everything. I love Netflix. I can honestly say you guys are one of the only companies out there that REALLY listen to their customers (or at least make us feel like you are). You guys always deliver. Keep up the good work!

    P.S. - could we get a ballpark date on when we could expect such an app? Im having a hard time not buying an iPad but Netflix is the deal breaker. lol.

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  14. It's a little bit hilarious that with all the great things netflix has rolled out in the last few months, a post of yet more good news is met with so much carping and complaining. And a little sad, I guess.

    Thanks netflix!

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  15. please bring streaming to ANDROID

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  16. streaming would be a fun diversion but a actual iphone app that works well with my existing netflix accounts rather than just the mobile site would be great! make the iphone app useful for what we want - easy queue management, access to reviews, movie summaries, all the stuff I would do online with the website but could do on the go between meetings etc

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  17. Can you guys at Netflix make up your damn minds about your position on things? A few months ago you said you had no interest in Apple.

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  18. How about AppleTV next? PLEASE?

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  19. Here's another vote for an Android app.

    I've also heard rumor of Nintendo DS streaming. That would be fantastic!

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  20. Awesome! love it!!

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  21. Thanks for not wasting more time on social features and instead focusing on real functionality. We are not all twitter kids. Additionally my friends are a diverse bunch and many don't share movie preferences.

    Devs: There's plenty of iPhone queue managing apps already. Looks like there is a Twitter kid market so why not focus on social stuff instead?

    What I do want to see from netflix however is improvements on the PC side rather than more and more appliances. More and more ppl have a HTPC hooked up to a projector and I can't be bothered to switch back and forth with Roku.

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  22. Another annoyed developer here. At least I've only wasted a couple of days on an app. Any other plans to screw us over? Will you at least provide some cool new APIs?

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  23. What about PocketFlicks? I have it on my iPhone and it works just fine. A little slow, but gets the job done when I'm on the go and think of a movie to add to my queue.

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  24. Have been eagerly awaiting a Netflix app as long as I've had the iPhone. I just heard from an Apple employee that an app was coming out for the ipad which was the first thing that really made me want an ipad.

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  25. That's nice. How about bringing back the Friends section of the site while you're at it? But I guess Netflix doesn't believe in this newfangled social networking stuff...

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  26. That is excellent news, please push this out soon!

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  27. Glad to hear it - what took you so long? Now please start moving all your DVDs to streaming as the 17,000 odd ones you have up are mostly rubbish.

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  28. yes! probably 90% of the movies our family watches are on netflix! but, usually both the computers are used by my parents and the other comp has half the screen cracked. there r 4 ipod touches/ iphones in the family, so this would definitely be great for our family.

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  29. Good to hear it! Thanks for keeping us iPhone users in mind!
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  30. That's great news.

    Is there an Android app in the near future?

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  31. I just got fired for calling customer service regarding my own account..... Maybe in the future it might be wise to inform all new hires nver to call customer service, oh and the staff too, since I mentioned that I had called customer service durring a review session and was never told not to do that.... Oh and it might be nice to send an e-mmail to all staff saying never offer to send helpful info via e-mail, because the recipient will later get blamed and fired.

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  32. Good news!!! Thanks for listening.

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  33. It drives me mad that the iPhone has been out for the better part of three years and Netflix hasn't even developed an app to add things to the queue. I don't necessarily need to be able to watch movies on the phone, but I should be able to manage my queue efficiently with an official Netflix app. There are choices already available from sub-par programmers who want to make a quick buck, but I refuse to pay for something that Netflix should have available for free. I should be able to take a photo of a dvd case, and add it directly to my queue, with the option of streaming if available. It's odd, seeing as how the iPad is definitely more of a niche product than the iPhone is, that you have something prepared for the launch of the iPad.

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  34. Is there an app for Android being released? Please say yes!

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  35. Wonderful! Thanks for the quick response to users' feedback :-)

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  36. Good to hear that.

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  37. Really happy to hear Netflix is going to offer ipod touch support, too! We bought into the "next best thing" idea back when the ipad was just a gleam in Jonathan's eye ... back when Steve thought the touch was only for playing games.... back when Netflix would only let PC users watch streaming video.... That touch is always with me -- having Netflix along for the ride will be a great addition!

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  38. VERY happy to hear this!!! Netflix on iPhone will be a terrific convenience... Awesome news!!

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  39. I'm waiting for an Android app!

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  40. As everything becomes more social, Netflix is taking a huge step backwards removing the community and friends features. I can't wait for a competitor that can take advantage of this opening in the marketplace that Netflix is making. Downgrading my subscription until a better company comes along.

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  41. How about getting some decent quality on laptops first?

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  42. Another vote for Android, but of course Netflix, like everyone else, can see that the iPhone has a big lead over Android in terms of market share.

    For now, anyway. Working in the industry as I do, I can see the writing on the wall, and the sheer number and variety of Android handsets, as well as the openness of the OS (no jailbreak required) means that eventually Android will catch the iPhone.

    It won't be soon, tho.

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  43. Very nice, I can't wait to try it out.

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  44. This make sense since the beginning because there are more iPhone and iPodTouch users. There is no way the iPad will surpass the iPhone/iTouch users.

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  45. yes i cant waitb to be able to stream movies on my ipod touch will this be coming out soon????

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  46. I think this is great news for Iphone and Itouch users.

    So if Netflix can come to those systems can Netflix come to the PlayStation Portable?

    I think it would be great to be able to watch a movie on the PSP.

    So I hope the people at Netflix will look into making the PSP work with Netflix just like it does with the PS3.

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  47. So great to hear!!!! Thank you!

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  48. My problem no, and even more so when this app comes out, is I'm maxed the number of devices. In my house we have two Xbox360's, one Roku, and four laptops. Netflix only let's me register five devices.

    We can't register all of the device you support now, let alone the iPod Touchs we already own, an iPhone and the iPads we are going to buy.

    Please change your licensing to current users, rather then per device.

    Unless I missed something.

    Thanks.

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  49. Great job Netflix!Can't wait!

    And what is with these bitter responses. Really?! Slit developers throats. The Friends feature? Geez, did ya'll forget this is called Netflix? Not Friendsflix or iFlix? I hold no illusion on what Netflix does, and that's rent movies. If you think beyond that basic business model, then no wonder you got burned. If you dislike it, go form you're own company.

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  50. This is great news. Finally. Maybe it will be ready before I get my disc for the wii.

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  51. Why not add support for Android and Linux too? Since Silverlight has been ditched, it shouldn't be too difficult to port, would it?

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  52. I've been waiting a long time for this. As for the other posts, I have to agree that spending time on social network features is a waste of time and effort. As for you people saying you're developers who were working on this...you had how long? The only thing stopping you from still going forward is the fact your app won't be as good. Yeah that's so sad for you guys, who cares about the consumer getting a better product...boo-hoo.

    The support is a bit late in my book, but as long as it supports 3g the wait will have been worth it. Looking forward to the iPhone app and maybe a possible ETA.

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  53. P.S. - For all you people saying what about Android/PSP, I don't think you understand business. As much as you don't like it, those products have a much smaller market share and its users are less likely to have a Netflix account than lets say an iPad or iPhone/iPod Touch(especially Android). I can see them doing that if it were cheap enough or they moved totally away from Silverlight.

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  54. Another Android request. I bet a Netflix app would be much easier to do for my Droid than a iPhone one. :)

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  55. just wanna log in to my account why is it so hard to find on ps3

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  56. When I learned yesterday Netflix was releasing an app for the ipad, it felt like nothing less than a big slap in the face for those of us who use the iphone/ipod touch, when we have been waiting month after month after month for a similar app. Netflix's past dismissal of the relevance of the "small screen" was very short sighted and poor for customer relations, particularly when prioritizing the ipad over the iphone/ipod touch. However, with the news (finally) of the forthcoming app for the iphone/ipod touch, the company is on the road to redemption for the millions of us who use these devices, and who have no intention of forking $500 and up for an ipad.

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  57. YES YES YES!!! Thanks Netflix! Keep on listening to the customers opinion, and we will support Netflix through thick and thin!!!!!

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  58. http://androinica.com/2010/03/20/android-market-share-grows-at-an-amazing-pace-apples-hardly-at-all-no-one-notices/

    android is blowing up.

    please seriously consider android.

    thank you.

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  59. I am back to being a happy customer (not unhappy when I left) when the iPhone app is released. Props to Netflix. iPhone, iPad, XBox...looks like a slow and steady takeover. Nice!

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  60. Winmo 7 will fully support Silverlight so will likely support Netflix out of the box.

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  61. Another Android user here, don't forget about us.

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  62. I love it. Thanks, Netflix! VERY excited about this.

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  63. When you say "iPhone", you mean "all common mobile devices", right? Please say yes.

    Posted from my Droid.

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  64. "We wouldn't invite you to dinner without planning to serve dessert."

    But you still piss on us with pop-under ads.

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  65. I'm thrilled! Yee haw! Thanks for expanding your service while keeping the price low. For the complainers, find another service...can't...hmmm...netflix keeps people by keeping us happy. No where else can I find so much for so little!

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  66. And yet, STILL, no captions for the deaf and hard of hearing crowd.

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  67. Thank you! This will keep me as a paying Netflix customer.

    And, for what it's worth, there was no way in hell that I was going to buy an iPad, so making an iPhone app is not hurting Apple here. It's just helping Netflix.

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  68. Keep Watching the NewsApril 4, 2010 at 2:17 PM

    Big deal.

    Netflix is about to get hit with a BIG lawsuit. Keep watching the news, folks.

    Key word: ROYALTIES. As in, "Not paying them." As in, "Buying surplus DVDs from Walmart and renting them without a license."

    Fuckers deserve it entirely.

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  69. Very excited. This is great!

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  72. Hey Buddy... I have an iPhone and a Nexus one... I am a netflix member for more then 3 years now.. So I would say, while its a good idea to have an iphone version of the app, but you guys do need to implement it for Android too. For a few reasons...
    1. Android Platform programming is much easier+broader iPhone platform is limited to iPhone, iPod Touch and now iPad, but Android is NOT!
    2. Android is Actually made for Heavy Duty Performance rather then iPhone.
    3. Android is gaining global dominance.. lets face it.. How many carrier/country/user has iPhone worldwide?
    4. Releasing it just for "iSteve Jobs" products will literally mark it as, I don't know... may be stereotype. Just like "iSteve Jobs" himself.

    And I could go on... Soh, get your head straight guys... Lets get Android too. So think about it.

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  73. Please support Android, too!

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  74. You're ridiculous. You get 50 comments about some new gimmick and 1000 complaints about friend functionality, and which one do you choose to address? Time to face reality guy!

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  75. i gotta say, this type of thing is deteriorating the experience we call "watching a movie." imagine what will happen when hollywood starts releasing films in theaters with the intention of having them display correctly on a f**king phone. you'll be smashed over the head and there will be no subtlety to any image, kinda like listening to top 40 radio—all compressed so you can hear every bit. ugh.

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  76. hopefully, these applications can be marketed

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  77. And still no support for Linux...

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  78. Well, for the 'developers' feeling kicked because they were working on something netflix will now be doing themselves. Sorry, but as a customer, I dont care where it comes from, as long as it comes.

    To the people complaining about not being able to read your top 10 friends reviews on movies, Sorry, I came here to watch movies, not chat, and not read reviews that are based entirely on a personal opinion that will most likely differ from mine on some level if I simply take the time to watch the video so I can form an opinion of my own.

    All I can say is...GO NETFLIX..get it up and running, make sure it works on 3G, even if it lowers quality a little. Want to be able to access it on my iphone at work, and there's no nearby wi-fi to connect with.

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  79. Netflix instant is the most excellent invention thought up, I can't beleive I used to drive to Blockbuster and rent movies a $5 a pop, now with Netflix $9 a month gets me unlimited intant movies.

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  80. Is there a difference (other than cpu power and screen size) between the iDevices? Why not release a universal app for both?

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  81. Sweet!! You guys are the greatest.

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  82. Android Please!

    I have been a loyal Netflix customer for some time now and have been patiently waiting for a native Netflix app on Android.

    Please consider Android!

    Thanks,
    Slick

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  83. Yes, please add an Android app!

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  84. Don't know how to create a new post so this is off topic. While rating movies, when I click to rate a movie, I am asked to download and install "RateMoviesJSON, an application from http://www.netflix.com"

    The netflix people say this is not an application from netflix. Some sort of virus, perhaps?

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  85. It doesn't matter how many new appliances you add because I still can't find the movies I am interested in since you REMOVED the TOP 10 LISTS!!!

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  86. Yet still no Linux support. Lame.

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  87. When are you going to finish implementing the Captions to your Streaming service that you promised 36 million deaf and hard of hearing people?

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  88. fantastic. now make one for android please!

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  89. What is up with all the complainers. Seriously.

    Netflix, you are doing a great job! Keep it up!

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  90. As for Linux users, if you want to use the IW feature, use a more mainstream OS. It's probably not worth the time/money investment needed to develop a player for Linux.

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  91. The iPhone is neat, but I chose to get a Droid because it does more things....such as a very handy app called PdaNet that lets me use its Internet on my PC. Sometimes you need that bigger screen.

    I just hope they develop for Android as well.

    Droid kicks butt, but you need to develop for it.

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  93. Netflix, please be considerate to those who are hearing impaired and make sure you add captioning to every movie. It is already bad enough that you do not offer captioning through web streaming. Your support tech people said it was not possible but hulu.com did it. Mmm?

    Thank you.

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  94. Please bring it to Android. Its an open platform so there is much less trouble than bringing it to the iPhone.

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  95. YEAH!!!!!!!! Very convenient even if just to manage queue. Tried free apps avail by independents and had bad luck. Looking forward to an official app.

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  96. netflix on the iphone would be awesome
    would love to watch shows/movies on the go =)

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  98. iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch is a great start. Now, give me Netflix streaming on my Mac without having to install Silverlight or Flash, and i'll be a customer.

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  100. Yet another vote for Android please!!!

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  101. If there's no 3G streaming, or at LEAST the ability to temporarily store video to my phone, this means nothing to me.

    I have WiFi at home but...I also have a television at home, so I wouldn't use the app there. 3G and/or offline storage, else it falls short of being useful.

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  102. Watching movies on a 3 inch screen. Sound horrible.
    Another vote to bring Netflix to the Apple TV. Can it be any more obvious?

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  103. I already use the Netflix web site from my Android phone to add movies to my queue on-the-spot whenever I think about it. The current experience is very frustrating. Please provide a mobile-oriented web site (or app).

    I really have no interest in watching a movie on my phone.

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  104. Ohhh thank you Netflix! You guys are awesome! The streaming with Wii is fantastic! The quality is great, and now we get it on our iphones too?! Hooray! Please work for 3g?!

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  105. Not expecting 3g, but great news, thanks! I work from home and often have to use both machines, now I have another screen I can make use of for Netflix. ;)

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  106. who the hell wants to watch a movie on a tiny screen? how about adding support to pre-2010 viera cast instead.

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  107. I tried the free membership in order to try out the streaming content. I swear to god I cannot find a single movie I want to watch via streaming. Where's "Top Gun"? Where's any of the Jason Bourned films? Where's the Eiger Sanction? Where's The Italian Job? Is this a joke? I'd never in a million years pay to subscribe until your online content is better than "practically nothing available onine."

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  108. Maybe if you weren't on the Microsoft Board you would have already done this . . .

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  109. I'm falling in love with Netflix! if you make the iPhone app, that will be my total extasis!

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  110. Screw social networking, what is wrong with you people. There are more than enough social networking sites (and some that like to farm out your data btw) to keep you busy. Personally I have had enough of 'networking' sites and dealing with the lowly basement dwelling sociopaths on them.

    Let's keep this purely about streaming on the iphone and the other devices. Boy android people are really going to be pissed now heh. They'll get their turn, wait in line... If it works on 3g isn't important but sure would be icing on the cake though for me, since I do take long rides.

    In august have a 14 hour drive/ride so yeah if it's done by then and it works via 3g niiiice. Not sure AT&T would accept it though. I remember reading they hate streaming video via their 3g network in certain circumstances. Roll out the app =-)

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  111. Don't get too attached, Netflix has been known to take away functionality once you adopt it.

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  113. Netflix on the iPhone is NOT going to do any good for me as your selection of movies is diminishing…

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  114. To the guy who commented about "practically nothing available" for the Instant Watch feature, maybe you should look a little harder. There are a lot of very good movies available for instant viewing.

    Maybe this site will help you in your search: http://instantwatcher.com/

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  115. I mentioned the Netflix app release on my blog http://www.iphonehelp-mike.com/netflix-app-coming-to-iphonesipod-touch/

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  119. Those of you saying the "Friends" feature was worthless have no clue. You didn't even need to enter the Friends page to be using it. Knowing how my friends rated films in the movie view page was so infinitely helpful for me and my homes choice on films. I guess if you are a massive tool and just watch Hollywood flix you probably wouldn't understand the value of such a wonderful feature. It has NOTHING to do with "Social Networking". There is little communication used in the feature. It was about sharing your queue and movie ratings. Something that requires NO RESOURCES to maintain. All they had to do was LEAVE IT ALONE.

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  120. Awesome! Been waiting for it for a while!

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  123. Ok so love netflix on my ipad, but here is what I really want. I want to play netflix from my iPad to my TV. Now all other video plays fine, but I can only get audio from netflix. Please fix this. I travel a lot. I can connect my ipad to the hotel TV and watch my movies. That would be a killer app extended.

    If anyone knows how to do this, please email me.

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  125. Retractors and Supporters, it is the endless story. The good thing is that FINALLY Netflix is taking this step to iPhone, iPod Touch.

    NETFLIX can rock in all mobile fronts and Media Centers (PS3, XBOX etc). THis is a GOOD step top take.

    Go for it Netflix. We are supporting you.

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  126. I'm glad to see this! Will captioning be included with this app? We have the Wii disc and captioning isn't included. I pretty much sit left out while my kids have full access to all the videos online.

    Subtitle/captioning readers make up a million-dollar market. Please don't forget us.

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  127. App is great. And I had the biggest smile on my face when I heard that it was here. Having said that the app is too sluggish. I have a large amount of movies on my instant queue and it lags scrolling quite a bit. But I do realize that this is also your first iPhone app. I would like to see that improved. Congratulations on bring out the app by the way.

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  128. Why do you freaking losers keep whining about the friends features? If you actually HAVE any friends, why not just ask them what movies they saw? And stop spamming the review boards with your whining. WAAAAAH!

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  129. Flash player! The sooner the better for iPhone

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  130. Bad deal with Warner Bros. Wait for 28 days to get more copies to avoid long waits. I'd rather wait a few days. Some people happy is better than noone happy. I had to buy The Blind Side.

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  131. Please develop streaming content for Droid! I travel for work frequently and it would be awesome to pass the time with movies.
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  132. bring back the friends section you jerks!

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  133. What about closed caption or subtitles? HULU has CC.

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  134. Thank you, I look forward to using this app on my ipod touch

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  135. I would like a Netflix program for my blackberry that will let me view my list and add new ones. So frustrating when I hear of a movie or see advertisements and then forget what they are before I can get to my computer.

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  138. when will it be ready? I would totally use this app. the Sooner netflix dose this the could probably see an increase in subscriber.

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  142. Closed captioning for streaming content! It doesn't matter what platform it's running on. If Netflix isn't providing closed captioning for streaming content, they are disenfranchising millions of deaf and hard of hearing viewers. These people are tech savvy, too, and want access to web media and streaming content.

    It's very sad that it will probably take legislation to force media providers to offer universal captioning on streaming content, just like they were forced to do so with television.

    Closed captioning for streaming content!

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  143. This is great news - I have an iPod Touch - but if you're dev'ing for iPhone, can you make an app for Android as well please?

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  144. dude, when!? chop chop netflix developers.

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  145. Screw the Android...verizon is going to dump it as soon as they get the iPhone anyway 4th quarter this year!

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  146. I think the iPhone tease is great (would be greater not to have to wait, but whatever)! I don't have an iPad, and I think that is great too. I'm half tempted to drive down to the Apple store and play with one of their demo iPads.

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  147. I presume this to work with the official iPhone AV cable. I sure hope the devs don't leave this important feature out.

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  148. i hope this becomes available soon

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  149. is the app ready yet?? i hope it will be soon

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  150. I've been checking the app store daily, but no joy :^(

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  151. Yeaaaa, now I will be able to watch Red Dwarf anywhere!

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  152. Greg Staplerzubehör thinks that he´ll load your App asap ;) Hope it is working well ...

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  153. that's awesome, looking forward to it

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  154. Any work on "dessert"? The meal ended a couple weeks ago...

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  155. Wow! I cannot wait to have Netflix on iPhone. Thanks for keeping iphoners in mind. Netflix Rocks!

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  156. i know ive been checking the appstore everyday too lol i cant wait uhhh whats taking so long lol the ipad app came out like right away u knowe tho im sure they worked on that for a while before the ipad even came wait actually hmm how could they have tho apple sdoesent allow u to get the ipad until its release date u know oh wait but i think they released the development kit for it early u know lol ok i get it now haha

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  157. I wish there was a way to be notified when this comes out for the iphone without checking the app store every day. Oh also, please don't make this for the Android platform. Those Droid pirates don't need to be rewarded. thanks!

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  158. Great! Now that there's an iPad app, and an iPhone/iTouch app coming.. any chance you can provide a non-silverlight Mac streaming app? I would love it.. silerlight is not working for me since I have a PPC mac.

    thanks!
    -steve

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  159. great ...we need a netflix app for the Ipod touch...since you have it available for Ipad users.....

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  160. awsome i cant wait, im already using netflix on my computers, wii and ps3, all i need now is to be able to play them over 3g!

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  161. Looking for beta testers?
    I would love to participate.

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  162. Great News!! I am using Poctketflix now. It is an awesome app but I can't wait to get an official one from Netflix!

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  163. geeze now i get spam? whos moderating this line of comments?

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