Netflix users the world over, rejoice, the company has updated its video streaming app for Windows Phone today to let all subscribers — not just those in the US and Canada — download and use the app. The update brings the app to version 2.0, and means that users in the UK and Ireland (where the service launched earlier this year), as well as those in Latin America, can stream films and TV shows to their Windows Phone devices. Of course, to support the new regions the app now can be viewed in different languages, and there are new audio and subtitle options. Netflix also promises that it's improved performance, so even if you're in North America you'd do well to download the new version, which is available now in the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Netflix for Windows Phone updated, now offers streaming in UK, Ireland, and Latin America
Netflix updated its Windows Phone app today to version 2.0, allowing all of its customers across the UK, Ireland, and Latin America to download and use the app. The update also brings with it new subtitle and audio playback options, and is available now to download from the Windows Phone Marketplace.