Netflix users may soon get Instant Replay Feature

Netflix, world’s leading entertainment service with over 130 million subscribers from across 190 countries is soon going to give its users instant replay feature which will allow them to replay or rewatch any part of the scene, according to the Los Angeles Times.

As of now, whenever a user wants to replay any part of a scene, Netflix shows a pop-up notification asking them if they want to replay the scene. This feature is currently under testing and there is no clarity on whether this new feature will be available to all the subscribers from across the world.

There were many positive reactions on Reddit as soon as the news broke down, like one user who was watching Mowgli movie wrote,“So far it’s happened right after two intense scenes. Really took me out of the moment.”
Another user wrote, “If I want to see something again, I’ll rewind it myself ... I don’t need a prompt.”

According to app Intelligence firm, Sensor Tower, Netflix grossed $86.6 during the month of November, a 77 percent annual rise in revenues coming from across the world.

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