Netflix Now has Full Support for Honeycomb Devices

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  1. dgstorm

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    We can now stream Netflix movies directly to our Android Honeycomb Tablets without having to bother with third party apps or .apk files. Wednesday, Netflix announced they have updated their app to include full native support of Honeycomb devices. Additionally, they have now added support for Canadian and Latin American markets too. Here's a link to the Market App below.

    Source: BGR and Netflix - Android Market
     
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    Just loaded Netflix 1.5.1 build 367 on my 16Gb Asus Transformer. Works great over my WiFi DSL 1.5 line. Hooray!
     
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    Works on my Coby Kyros 2.3 7 inch too :)
     
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    I am sure this news makes a lot a people happy. I would like to see however that "supported programs" would be uninstallable, not a new piece of bloatware that clutters the screen and keeps prompting for upgrade.
     
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    Smooth as glass on 7022.

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