Netflix Launches New Website to All Members

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Netflix began rolling out its new website design to all of its members around the globe Monday. The new site features bigger images, more animations and is supposed to feel “more like an app and less like a series of linked Web pages,” according to a blog post from Netflix’s director of product innovation Cameron Johnson.

Netflix has been testing various aspects of the new website with subsets of its members over the past couple of months, and will now make it available to all of its members over the next two weeks. Some members with older Web browsers will be prompted to upgrade to newer browsers, according to Johnson.

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  1. shawwakefield says:

    Thanks for the article. For those who live outside USA and want to access Netflix, you can use UnoTelly. It changes your IP address so you can get US Netflix.

  2. VarietysucksD says:

    What a useless article with a misleading title. Sheeyt ads everywhere, fuk ur website Variety

  3. All this, and they STILL can’t go back to giving you at least 2-4 weeks’ notice when they are pulling movies from your streaming queue? It USED to be that way, not you’re lucky to have a one-week notice upon learning 25 movies will be disappearing when their licenses expire. NOT very customer-friendly anymore, eh Netflix?

    • Sorry, meant “NOW you’re luck” instead of “NOT you’re lucky” – either way, for the first time in like 3 years I am actually thinking of dropping Netflix because they’ve gotten so much more about the $$ than the customer.

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