Replace brings efficiency enhance, however profiles are nonetheless nowhere to be discovered
The latest Netflix update is rolling out hard and steady this evening, and we’ve had a chance to give it a spin. The app has a newly tweaked UI with the hamburger menu we all know and love (that’s a nerdy term for the slide-out menu apps are adopting) and better lock screen controls when using the Chromecast feature. But that’s not even the good part.
What this app brings that everyone will appreciate is a much smoother overall UI. No more janky, stuttery transitions between views, and everything seems nice and fluid while navigating through both your queue and the categories. Huzzah!
What we aren’t seeing is the new profiles feature, that seems to have made its way to every platform except Android. Multi-user support for an app like Netflix, which is heavily influenced by user preference, is a big plus. Hopefully we see it soon for the world’s most popular mobile platform.
You can try your luck getting the update via the Google Play link above, but as is usual for big updates to popular apps, Netflix is pushing on a controlled rollout. You’ll be able to get the brand new model sooner or later — simply preserve checking.