Netflix, the world’s largest streaming service, has announced that Premium subscribers can now download videos on up to six devices (up from four) and use spatial Audio for more than 700 movies without paying a fee.
This means Premium subscribers can now have 600 active downloads across all devices (up from 400). Members would prefer the ability to download Netflix shows and movies to view them offline on more devices as people are more connected than ever across various gadgets, according to Rishu Arora, Netflix’s director of product management.
What is spatial Audio?
Spatial Audio can simulate immersive surround sound via stereo speakers or headphones without using specialized Audio equipment.
Although users of multichannel surround sound systems are unlikely to profit from them, individuals without access should.
Not only Netflix offers spatial Audio, but Other streaming providers including HBO Max, Disney+, Hulu, and others, also enable spatial Audio.
Spatial Audio became available on Netflix in July 2022 for all platforms and all subscription tiers, including Basic and Standard. Because of this, Netflix subscribers on cheaper subscriptions can access fewer titles.
Over 700 of the service’s most well-known shows, including “Stranger Things,” “Wednesday,” and “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” are available to premium users with Audio that is of movie quality.
Netflix is also integrating Dolby Atmos, a tool that gives users engrossing Audio to improve their streaming platform viewing experience.