Netflix App For Android Leaked; Missing The Video Streaming Support

Netflix App For Android

Long ago, Netflix has announced that it will bring its own on-demand video streaming service to Android OS in early 2011. It looks like we are nearing that moment. A leaked version of Netflix for Android has just hit the web.

Users now will be able to use it to manage the Netflix queue and browse movies, but the leaked app version is not being able to stream videos at all and the app will inform you that it "could not reach the Netflix service," though this could be due to the DRM issues. The Netflix app’s APK is now freely available to download.

Recently, the Netflix APK has been pulled from a prototype of the LG Revolution. You all might know that this is the first Android smartphone to bid the full Netflix support. The Netflix app has also been found to on the Motorola Xoom Honeycomb tablet.


You can download the app’s APK from here and give it a try on your Android handset.

We still have to wait for the official release and official announcement from Netflix regarding the full version of Netflix app for Android running devices.

[Source: @al3xevolved (Twitter), Android Police]

1 thought on “Netflix App For Android Leaked; Missing The Video Streaming Support”

  1. Netflix has always been a huge part of my family’s life, but I have recently expanded my capabilities. It’s nice to see Netflix expanding, but I can now stream live TV, on demand content, and DVR recordings remotely to my Android. I use the Remote Access app from my employer, DISH Network, and couldn’t be happier!


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