Torrents are one of the biggest problems for anyone using Netflix.
Most of them have limited file-sharing features and don’t have a built-in video player.
The reason for that is because they require an internet connection to be able to download and stream the content.
Netflix has made a lot of strides to address that, including the launch of its own app for iOS and Android, but it’s still not perfect.
Torrents don’t always upload to the cloud, so the company can’t make sure that your files are up to date and that you don’t miss out on any files.
But with the launch this week of the Netflix iOS app, you can now get torrents from all of the streaming services and other streaming platforms.
Netflix says it’s “coming soon” to the Netflix app on Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux.
That’s good news for everyone who uses the Netflix on iOS and the Netflix Android app, because Netflix is now able to offer you the most up-to-date torrents.
Netflix also added the ability to search for a specific torrent and then add it to your library.
You can search by torrent, genre, or author, as well as by country.
If you don, say, love horror movies, you’ll find a lot more good ones.
Netflix is also introducing the option to download torrents to your computer, so you can quickly get to the latest ones.
You also can browse the torrents by date, genre or author.
Netflix on iPhone is still a bit slow, but that’s likely to change in the next couple of weeks.
The Netflix app for Android is available for Android users in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
It will be coming to other countries later this year.
Netflix doesn’t have any plans to release a Netflix on the Apple TV, although you can download torrent files for it from the App Store.