This is the first article to feature a free streaming service from the Netflix app.
Netflix, which has been in the news for making billions off of its content, has announced it is expanding its streaming service beyond its traditional video-on-demand services.
It’s free to stream on the new Netflix App.
If you have the Netflix App and want to watch content, it will automatically stream the content to your computer.
The company said its content will be available for free, but subscribers who already pay for the service will be able to keep it for $7.99 per month.
Users of Apple TV and Roku TV, the two streaming devices Netflix is selling in partnership with Apple, will be free to use Netflix for one year.
The company said that includes the Apple TV, Apple TV Stick, and Roku 3.
Amazon Prime Video, which Netflix uses to stream its content to customers, is also free to members.
Netflix said that customers who sign up for a new Amazon Prime Video account will be automatically redirected to a special page that lets them watch Netflix’s content in their country of residence.
“With Amazon Prime, you get unlimited access to the best content available in the world,” Netflix said in a statement.
“You also get access to exclusive original programming, including original series, documentaries, and more.
Learn more about the best-selling streaming service.”
Netflix is also offering a $2.99 monthly subscription to Amazon Prime.
I’ve always been excited about the prospect of a streaming service that was free to join, so I’m happy to be able see the first free streaming offering from Netflix.
Free to join is a great deal, but you’ll still have to pay $7 to watch Netflix content.
That’s a little steep for a service that already offers free access to a wide range of TV shows, movies, and other movies and TV shows.
In addition to offering its content for free in its streaming apps, Netflix said it is also looking into other ways to make content available for purchase.
It’s working with “experts and creators” to produce original programming for its streaming platform, and it is developing a feature that would let users choose from the most popular movies and television shows that they like to watch.