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  • Netflix is letting people binge-watch offline
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Netflix is letting people binge-watch offline

With mobile now the norm, people are used to being able to access content whenever they want, regardless of where they are or what they’re doing. Netflix is now making this easier than ever with the introduction of a download function, which allows its 83 million users to watch offline and on-the-go.

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