Netflix has rolled out version 2.2 of its app for the iOS-based iPhone, iPad an iPod Touch. The newest version comes with a look and feel that is more consistent with the recent browser changes.
The newest version brings the Netflix 'browse' feature to iOS the platform, as well as larger, less intrusive playback controls, and thumbnail images on the scrub bar. It also provides easy access for subtitle settings.
The 'Back to Browse' option, which used to be at the bottom right of the control bar, has been moved to the top left of the screen. Netflix said, "Perhaps the biggest change is to the 'Back to Browse' option".
The update has also allowed users to limit Netflix streaming to Wi-Fi network connections, preventing them from gobbling up limited cellular data.
It also offers greater and better controls over data sharing for those who have connected there Netflix and Facebook accounts.
The latest version of the Netflix app can be downloaded from the Apple’s iTunes App Store.