Posted September 09, 2018 05:37:16When will Netflix go digital?
The streaming giant has said that it will start streaming its movies in HD, and that it’ll do so by “the end of 2019”.
In the meantime, however, it is making moves that could impact the long-term viability of the streaming service.
Netflix is set to announce a new format called “premium” next week.
This is what it looks like:The first premium feature is the Netflix app, which has recently expanded to include new movies and shows.
It is designed to provide more content, and includes a selection of “premier” titles.
This feature will be introduced in 2019:The Netflix app has also started a new streaming service called “The Newswire” that will allow subscribers to “sign up for email alerts about upcoming Netflix content”.
The service will start to roll out “in the coming weeks”, according to the company.
“We’re excited to bring these new features to our subscribers, who will soon get a way to keep up with our content and keep up on our latest announcements,” a Netflix spokesperson told TechRadar.
The Netflix brand has also been revamped with new content.
The Netflix app now has a “Netflix” section in the upper right hand corner of the page, with a section for each of the company’s current offerings, including original content and movies.
It also features an “about” section which provides more information about Netflix, including a description of the service and a link to the Netflix website.
While there are other new features on offer, the biggest surprise is that the app now offers more content than ever before.
Netflix said that “most of the content that we currently offer is already available to all Netflix members, including all of our original shows and movies”.
The Netflix content section also has a section dedicated to the original content that has been made available to subscribers.
The introduction of premium content is a move to attract more customers, as Netflix has previously struggled to meet its original content expectations.
It has recently been accused of failing to deliver quality content.
A spokesperson for Netflix told Techradar that the company is “very excited to launch new content in 2019, and we look forward to delivering high-quality content to our members that they love”.
“We believe our subscribers are our best asset, and it’s exciting to bring them these new premium features,” they added.
The new feature is set for release on September 29.