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You probably spotted the Netflix logo on your XMB this week. Well. The service went live today, and in doing so it introduced some much needed competition to the UK streaming market. Do you need proof? Just look at the reaction of rival LOVEFiLM, who responded to the launch with a new cheaper contract of its own.
I can’t speak for the rest of the crew but if you’re anything like me, you love Netflix instant streaming. The problem I’ve always had with it is the disc portion. I always feel like I’m paying for something I don’t use because most of the time, whatever disc I have at home usually stays there for the majority of the month. Netflix now has a solution.
For far too long now, PlayStation 3 owners have had to utilize a disc in order to access their Netflix instant queue. Well those days are finally gone, as the Netflix instant streaming app has made its way to XMB’s all across the United States and Canada. So how does this new app stack up against its disc-shaped cousin? Read on to find out.
We’ve been hearing for a long time that a fully integrated Netflix streaming app would be coming to the PlayStation 3 this October, but until now, we never had a solid date to nail down. Well break out your hammer, because the date has been announced and is arriving very soon.
Netflix is a very popular solution for Americans to stream movies and TV shows to their living rooms with the PS3. Recently it was updated with a search function, and soon we hope to a see a disc-free solution, but the company has now struck a major movie deal.
We may still be waiting for a disc-free solution to Netflix on the PS3, but news has come that the current software has received an upgrade.
The PlayStation 3 is the first console to now support search on the service, making it far easier to find the movie or TV show you want amongst the 10,000+ content available.
With Netflix launching last year for the PlayStation 3 via a disc solution, and Hulu Plus releasing soon with a simple software download, US PS3 owners have a couple of good solutions to watching movies …