Right now, that selection includes stuff made by Netflix (Stranger Things, The Crown, Narcos, Orange is the New Black, etc) and many other, Joinfo.com reports with reference to The Verge.
So now you can take Netflix to a train or to subway. It is also very useful for parents to download kids’ content.
Movies include Boyhood, Pulp Fiction, Nightcrawler, Good Will Hunting, Hot Fuzz, and more. Netflix says more content will support downloads in the near future.
Once you’ve updated to the latest version of Netflix on Android or iOS (due out today for both), a download button will appear next to the play button for shows that allow it, letting you save content to watch later on when you might not have any internet connection. Besides, there are two options for quality: Standard and Higher. “Standard quality is a slightly lower video resolution that requires less storage space and takes less time to download. Higher quality is a higher video resolution that requires more storage space and takes more time to download.”
Offline playback is a feature that Netflix executives have previously said the company was unlikely to embrace. But it can be a huge help in regions that might not offer the fastest internet around, and other video rivals like Amazon Video and more recently Vudu already allow customers to download content to watch anywhere. Best of all, offline playback is available for all streaming plans, so Netflix isn’t trying to use it to up-sell people on higher subscription tiers.