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Netflix Judi Online Queue App is Available on Android

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Judi OnlineEarlier this year, Netflix released a new app that allows users to manage their DVD queues. That feature had previously been available on Netflixapps until an update in 2011 removed it, but surprisingly the now separate Judi Online portion of Netflix is still profitable and used by around four million people. So while it may have seemed like a “why now” sort of move, it apparently made sense with so many people still choosing to rent Judi Online. However, that app was released in January and only for iOS and it has taken until now for the company to release an Android version.

 

Netflix Judi Online Queue App

Phandroid reports today that the Judi Online Netflix app is now available for Android, nearly 10 months after iOS users got theirs. The app allows customers to manage their queues and provides notifications when returned discs have been received by Netflix and when new ones have been sent out. It also lets users browse and search for new rentals and provides recommendations. It’s available now from the Google Play Store.

It may have taken a while, but Netflix has finally released an Android app for managing your Judi Online queue directly from your phone. This is following the iOS version, which was released over eight months ago, via Phandroid.

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While it’s easy to forget Netflix’s humble beginnings as a mail-based version of Blockbuster that leased Judi Online before the company transitioned to the streaming and entertainment juggernaut it is today, there are still over 4 million people who use the classic DVD / Blu-ray rental service. So an Android app does make sense, even if it took an extra few months for the company to release one.

As for the app itself, it does pretty much what you’d expect it to do. You can manage your queue of DVDs, search and add new titles, and — much like the streaming site — filter movies by genre, or even mood.

Is this necessarily something that will be useful to everyone? No. But if you’re someone who still takes advantage of the DVD service, then an Android app is probably a welcome addition to your phone.

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