Netflix Brings Mobile Games to iOS Just a Week After Launching Them for Android Users

Netflix has announced that it is launching its mobile games for iOS users — a clear move after initially bringing the gaming title to Android. Through the update, users on iOS devices will be able to watch movies and television shows as well as play games through the Netflix app. The games won’t be available with any ads or additional fees, though users need a Netflix subscription to experience them on their iPhone or iPad. The initial list of games available through Netflix is ​​limited to adults and is not available through children’s profiles. If you have set a PIN to prevent children from accessing your adult profile, young users will not be able to play any games available on the device.

On Tuesday, Netflix announced the launch of mobile games for its members on iPhone and iPad. The update will be available for users from Wednesday, the company said.

Netflix Initially bringing five games to mobile users, Stranger Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3: The Game from BonusXP, Shooting Hoops and Teeter Up by Frosty Pop, and Card Blast from Amuzzo and Rogue Games.

The new announcement comes just a week after being brought exclusively to Netflix Mobile games for your Android users. Feather Android, users can download the available games through Google Play And play them directly through the Netflix app by going to the dedicated Game Row or Game tab. On the other hand, users on iOS will be able to download the game app Store.

Netflix’s interest in the growing gaming world is nothing new as it formally announced plans to begin offering games during its quarterly earnings call in July. The Los Gatos, California-headquartered company also hired Mike Verdu as vice president of its game development unit earlier this year to kick start the plans. verdu is an ex Facebook Executive that works with developers to build its augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) content. He also worked with game companies, including electronic Arts And Jinga In the past.

Basically, Netflix Tested It five early mobile games In select European markets as a result of the acquisition of video game developer Night School Studios in September. The video streaming platform has also been working with indie games studios, including BonusXP, for some time.

Since games are primarily supposed to please adults in the beginning, Netflix recently also Started rolling out a Tiktok-like feature called ‘Kids Clip’ To attract young audience on stage. The new offering is initially appearing on Netflix iOS The app lets more kids view short clips horizontally. this is the opposite of the current loud laugh Where you find short videos to watch vertically on mobile devices.

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