The long awaited Netflix iPhone app released this week, so how does it stack up? How many of you will be watching Netflix shows on the small screen? Today on AppJudgment, Ron & Graham talk about the newly released app and discuss many of its features as well as the improvements over the iPad app that released earlier this year.
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- Not just a web interface.
- Search for titles & them to your queue.
- Plays movies over 3G.
- Lets you resume watching content from another device
- Can't manage your queue or change the order of items.
- Doesn't look "Retina Display Ready" but content looks fine.
- Quality will adjust based on the quality of your connection.