Netflix has released a new Netflix streaming app for Windows 10, the app is built on the Universal Windows Platform.
The new Netflix app for Windows 10 is designed for PCs and tablets, the app will also be released for smartphones in the new year.
Our members on Windows run across many different screen sizes, resolutions and scaling factors. The new version of the application uses a responsive layout to optimize the size and placement of items based on the window size and scaling factor.
Since many Windows 10 devices support touch input on integrated displays or via gestures on their trackpad, we have included affordances for both in this update. When a member is browsing content with a mouse, paginated scrolling of the content within a row is enabled by buttons on the ends of the row. When a member is using touch on an integrated display or via gestures on their trackpad, inertial scrolling of rows is enabled via swipe gestures.
You can find out more details about the new Netflix app for Windows 10 over at the company’s website at the link below.