I’ve watched each single episode of Star Trek, a number of instances for the 90s collection. I don’t have to see them as a way to know what’s occurring, particularly because it’s such an exposition-heavy present. Netflix has made a characteristic only for me (and a number of other different million folks): the flexibility to play audio-only movies, now rolling out on Android.
Customers who’ve entry to the characteristic can see a giant, pleasant “Video Off” button. There’s additionally a settings possibility that may set the Audio Solely mode to all the time on or off by default, or activated while you join headphones or audio system.
Primarily based on a fast survey of the Evaluation Geek staff, it appears just like the characteristic is rolling out very slowly, as none of us have it. And we don’t know if an audio-only video will play within the background when you do different stuff on Android (which might make sense) or if it can present up in a mini-player window with a clean video (which might make barely much less sense). It’s additionally not clear whether or not streaming audio solely makes use of much less information, which might be actually cool if you wish to hearken to exhibits when you’re out and about.
Presumably, the audio-only possibility will hit iOS sooner or later.
Supply: Android Police