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Netflix App For iPad Adds Picture-In-Picture

Netflix_Logo_white_frameThe Netflix app for Apple iPads has added a picture-in-picture feature that lets users watch simultaneous feeds. Only certain iPads are compatible, however, and must be running iOS Version 9.3.2 or higher to utilize PIP. iPhone users might also want run the update as it includes several bug fixes and stability improvements. The Netflix app (Version 8.7.0) is a free download from iTunes and the Apple App Store. Devices will needto be running iOS Version 8.0 or higher to install the app, but as mentioned above iPads will need to have a more recent version of the OS to use picture-in-picture.

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