Netflix update provides support for microSD cards for offline content

Offline Netflix Content can be stored in microSD Cards

Netflix has made a recent update where its Android mobile app has the ability to store offline content in microSD cards. It was recent where Netflix provided an update where iOS and Android devices can store content for offline viewing.

This is a relief for many types of users. While some of its users have the luxury of high-bandwidth mobile downloads, there are times you will be in a pickle and access to WiFi is not possible. A lot of people prefer binge watching so might as well download the entire series or the season for that seamless experience it also includes an option for downloading video quality as standard or high. This will obvious download speed and quality of the content, depending on the user’s requirements. The app also has the option to select its download location. Thankfully, the app has an indicator to show the amount of storage space users and available.

However, as per its update log, this is not available on all devices. It will also require the user to add a new permission. The update can be downloaded/updated from here via Google Play.

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