Netflix with special service available only on the new Nexus 7
Recently Google announced one new device the Google Nexus 7 II which boasts with higher pixel density and will be the first device to stream videos from Netflix in high definition. It also features the newest version of Android 4.3.3 Jelly Bean and according to Android’s VP manager the new application that will support the new Netflix high definition stream is available on the Google Play Store as of Monday. This a major breakthrough as you can imagine. The Netflix spokesman Joris Evers announced that the company had been working along with Google to create new version of the app of Netflix which can support 1080p HD video. The new Nexus 7 will be the first device to support such app with more devices that will be aired later probably this year. Although previously Netflix has tried to have some HD implementation this time around the app will be available for the global scale.
These events provoke admiration towards not only Netflix but Google also. It is a kind of achievement that is admirable because Google has got to the point where its operating system is able to sustain such app. Furthermore, it is a common practice in developers’ world to either first release a new product or service for the iOS operating system and the iOS market in general and then to try to implement it in Google Play also or at best the app, game or product is released for both systems simultaneously. This time around Netflix is breaking the stereotype because until now there hasn’t been available an app that supports HD streaming of Netflix’s content neither for Google Play nor for iOS. So, we can safely assume that the Netflix is giving the advantage to Google this time around. Both this and the amazing new characteristics that make the Google Nexus 7 II so amazing will probably make the new tablet a hot product on the market.