Netflix for iOS Ultimately Gets Smart Downloads Feature

Netflix for iOS Finally Gets Smart Downloads Feature

Netflix has brought the Smart Downloads Attribute to the Program’s iOS Variant, after Initially launching it to the Android Program back in July This past Year.

The Smart Downloads attribute is currently live on the Netflix program for iOS and we could confirm the same. The downloading management feature is directed at lessening the hassle whilst handling content downloads, even as it automatically frees a brand new event for offline viewing if users are completed watching an older individual from the collection.

The Smart Downloads feature only functions when users are attached to a Wi-Fi system, which means you doesn’t need to be concerned about accidentally finishing their cellular data after downloading articles from Netflix. In terms of the way the feature really works, well, it is going to determine the show and the episodes users are seeing and then determines when to trigger the automated download activity. Take such as users have downloaded the first 3 episodes of a string. As soon as they are finished watching the first installment, the Smart Downloads feature automatically begins downloading the fourth installment.

More to the point, the Smart Downloads feature simplifies the very first episode after it’s been watched until the fourth installment is lined for downloading, so making certain users do not run out of storage space. But keep in mind that if you’re into binge-watching that a TV series and would like to watch it in 1 go, the Smart Downloads attribute isn’t for you, mainly since it simplifies a previously viewed event to free up space. But, an individual can always decide to disable or enable it to suit their articles consumption habits.

This is how you can take action:

Strategy 1: By the Program Preferences

After there, tap ‘App Settings’

Under the’Downloads’ header, then change the toggle into enable/disable the Smart Downloads attribute

Strategy 2: By the Download Section

Netflix claims it needs customers to spend less time handling their downloads and invest more time really consuming material, something that the Smart Downloads feature can help them achieve.