You can now download shows on Netflix
NEW YORK - Netflix subscribers can now download shows and movies to watch during a flight, when traveling by car, or for any other time when there is limited or no access to the internet.
The download option was announced Wednesday and a number of shows and movies were made instantly available, including "Breaking Bad," ''Narcos" and "Spotlight."
Airplane mode. Road trip mode. Stuck-in-the-subway-for-20-minutes mode. Your favorite stories are now available for download any time. pic.twitter.com/g7QZA3TyE8— Netflix US (@netflix) November 30, 2016
Netflix Inc., based in Los Gatos, California, says more downloadable content is coming at no additional charge for users.
There has been a push by subscribers to get access to Netflix shows offline.
Amazon.com Inc., which runs a rival video streaming service, has allowed users to download select shows and movies for about a year.
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