Motorola DROID X now supports Netflix app
All of the anger that Motorola DROID X owners had can now be released as Netflix has updated its app which now supports...the Motorola DROID X. So now owners of the device can join the users of seven other Android handsets in watching streaming movies and television shows on their smartphone instantly by using the Netflix app. The complete list of Android devices that support the Netflix app include the
source: AndroidMarket via DroidLife
1. shimmyx20 (Posts: 280; Member since: 03 Mar 2009)
C'mon Netflix, where's the love for the Inspire?
2. Sniggly (Posts: 6997; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
Yeehaw, thanks for lovin' on the X. Though I really don't know if I'll ever actually USE the service.
3. ltr (unregistered)
I got the app. I am not sure if I am going to use it either. With the 2.3 update my battery is already taking a beating.
but I still watch HQ youtube vids
4. BigDogg795 (unregistered)
What the hell? Droid X gets Netflix but the damn Thunderbolt doesn't? Seriously, who the hell dropped the ball on this one?
6. Sniggly (Posts: 6997; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
Patience, rabbit. Seems with Verizon the older phones are getting the Netflix love first, followed by newer phones. The original Droid and the X were insanely popular phones, a lot of people have them.
9. BigDogg795 (unregistered)
Patience of course...it's frustration venting out, that's all. Of course it makes sense to make offer Netflix to the lowest common denominator (in the case the Droid & X). It's the annoyance that here I upgraded to the Thunderbolt to find that not only 4G that will most likely take forever to manifest itself in an area just 35 miles East of NYC; but that there are no real other discernible advantages over the Incredible I upgraded from IMHO!
5. bossmt_2 (Posts: 432; Member since: 13 Oct 2009)
I've had it for some time thanks to the Netflix app they hacked to avoid the device check. It's really fun, Streaming Mad Max over 3G was pretty cool.
7. sonyfiend (unregistered)
What about the Play? It's got a gig processor, why can't I get netflix to it? Bastards....
14. sonyfiend (unregistered)
yes, it has the same gig processor that the incredible 2 has
11. protozeloz (Posts: 5375; Member since: 16 Sep 2010)
International support would be appreciated :/
12. Maarek Stele (Posts: 24; Member since: 27 Aug 2008)
Old news. I've been watching shows on my Droid for a month now. My daughter would sneak my phone to her room abd watch her movies when she should be sleeping. Like the article says, it'll only work on select phones. No HTC Incredible 2 yet. But since it works for one Moto droid, then it'll work on 2 & 3.
13. StillStuckWithDroid (unregistered)
I have had it too for awhile on my droid
but hey with tiered pricing on July 7th this app will be useless when people are forced into the tiered...... Netflix eats up a lot of data