Netflix available for Ubuntu

Netflix screen

Netflix, the famous service to watch movies and series in streaming through the Chrome browser, is now available for Linux. Netflix has landed on Ubuntu so that its users can subscribe to this online video service.

Netflix needs the version of Ubuntu be 12.04 or higher and the browser version must be Chrome 37 or higher. Great news for Linux users, because until now Netflix had forgotten Linux and did not provide official support for the platform.

This forced users to resort to technical tricks to get around that obstacle and be able to use Netflix on Linux, but from now on it will not be necessary to bother. And the change or initiative has been driven both from within Netflix and from canonically, you want to see your system grow and have more and more support.

For those who do not know Netflix, it is an American platform that covers the whole world to watch movies and series online with great quality. For this, its services can be accessed by paying a flat monthly fee. Netflix also allows a DVD-by-mail service via Permit Reply Mail.


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  1.   cristian said

    Go!!!! A good one, and we keep adding.