Today, it's hard to imagine a world without streaming services. Netflix was one of the first brands to blaze the trail and it helped spawn an entirely new industry. Since Netflix is several years older and consequently more established than competing streaming services, it's had a bit more time to develop apps for TV devices. Read on to find out which TV devices work with Netflix.
Which Devices Work with Netflix?
Netflix has apps for all of the following devices:
- Living room devices: Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Portal, Roku, Chromecast, and NVIDIA SHIELD
- Blu-ray players: From brands like Funai, LG, Magnavox, Philips, Samsung, Panasonic, Sony, Toshiba, and Sharp
- Smart TVs: Televisions based on Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Hisense, LG, Panasonic, Phillips, Samsung, Sony, Sanyo, Sharp, and Vizio
- Mobile devices and tablets: Android, iOS, Windows Phone
- Game consoles: PlayStation 3, 4 and 5, Xbox 360, One, and Series S/X, and PS Vita
- Desktop browsers: Most Mac and PC browsers
- Set-top Boxes: Atlantic Broadband, Blue Ridge, Cable ONE, Xfinity, COX, Dish, GCI, Grande Communications, Midcontinent Communications, RCN, Suddenlink TV, TiVo, Vodafone, Wave, and WOW!
Wondering what other devices are supported? You can check this Netflix page for the latest information about which devices the streaming service supports.
Is Netflix Still Worth the Cost in 2023?
Netflix is still leading the charge as far as streaming services go. With hours upon hours of shows and movies to watch, ranging in genre, quality, length, etc., it proves to be a true all-around streamer for the entire family to enjoy.
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