Netflix's slicker web interface launches worldwide in June

Netflix's new web interface

Netflix on the web is about to get the sleeker, more polished design you’re used to in its native apps. In the wake of a report that some viewers were already seeing a redesigned interface, the streaming service has confirmed to Engadget that it’s officially launching its new front end worldwide in June. Teased as far back as January, the design scraps the old, store-like concept in favor of a more visual layout that helps you learn more about videos without diving deep. While it’s not as densely packed as before, it should be easier to browse — and it’s arguably overdue when the web interface has remained largely untouched since 2011, which is practically a lifetime in the tech world.

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Via: The Verge, TechCrunch

Source: Netflix

Source: Engadget - Read the full article here

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