How to Watch Netflix and Amazon Video in Android 5.1 (Android 6)
When I was in high school, I was a big fan of Netflix.
I loved how the service allowed me to watch my favorite movies and TV shows anywhere I was, even in my own room.
I also loved how you could watch multiple streams in a single screen, with the ability to quickly change between them.
Since then, I’ve been slowly watching Netflix and watching a lot of other streaming services.
The problem with most streaming services is that they’re too big to be useful on a smartphone or tablet.
That’s why Netflix has always been the most popular of the streaming services, but now that Google’s Android 5 and 6 have become a bit more feature-rich, the company’s making its way to more and more devices.
As the app becomes more and better, Netflix has made some major changes in order to get the most out of the new APIs.
For example, Netflix no longer uses a separate app to show you your movies and shows.
Instead, you’re now able to see what you’ve watched from your device right on your screen.
And it looks a lot more useful on Android 5 or 6.
It’s even easier to switch between apps now.
If you’ve ever used Netflix on a phone or tablet before, you know that you need to manually tap on a menu button to select a specific app.
Instead, Netflix uses a shortcut feature that’s easy to learn and use.
You simply tap on the icon next to the app name on your home screen, and Netflix will pop up a small menu.
Just tap on it and Netflix starts streaming right there.
Netflix also added a number of new features for Android 5, such as a new way to play back content you’ve recorded on your device.
When you record a video with your device, you can now stream it on the fly.
This is especially handy if you’re recording a live stream of a sports event, like you might do during a game or concert.
On the other hand, you might also want to record your favorite music videos on your phone and use those as the backdrop for a live show.
There’s also a new, more robust notification system for watching Netflix on Android.
After you tap the new notification icon next of the app, you’ll see a notification with an option to save the video or watch it on another device.
You can then tap on that option to start the video playback.
To start a new stream, simply tap the green button next to “Start New Stream.”
You can also tap on “View All” to watch all of your Netflix shows and movies.
You’ll see all of the shows and movie streams in the app at once.
Finally, if you’ve got a lot to watch, you now have a dedicated app for keeping track of them all.
While Netflix is one of the best streaming services out there, it doesn’t do everything it needs to do, such a better interface and better app support.
But for now, if your favorite Netflix show or movie is on your Android device, the app is definitely worth a look.
We’ve also got a bunch of Android 5- and 6-related news to keep you on your toes.