Netflix Is Bringing Mobile Previews To Android Soon

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Netflix Is Bringing Mobile Previews To Android Soon

Netflix is bringing Mobile Previews to Android soon after having officially introduced the feature on April 19. Netflix unfortunately does not mention exactly when Android users will get the ability to interact with the Mobile Previews, but coming soon suggests that the feature can’t be too far off so anyone who uses Netflix on their Android

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