Subscribers to Netflix may also download content on up to two additional devices.
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Two new features for premium subscribers have been introduced by Netflix: spatial audio support for the top 700 streaming titles, as well as additional devices to download. Both services are now available internationally for $19.99 per month, as well as other premium Netflix features.
Netflix first licensed the spatial audio feature in July for a limited amount of original content, including Stranger Things, The Watcher, Wednesday, and Knives Out: The Glass Onion, and it will be added to other shows as well, such as "You," "Your Place or Mine", "Luther: The Fallen Sun," etc.
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Simply type "spatial audio" into the Netflix search bar to see the whole list of content available for viewing with spatial audio.
Spatial Audio is a software that allows users to play surround sound through stereo speakers or headphones on a wide range of devices, including televisions, computers, tablets, and smartphones, without the need for additional audio equipment.
Netflix has issued guidance on exactly how to listen to such information:
Premium subscribers may now download Netflix content to two additional devices, increasing the number of download devices to four.
Netflix stated previously that it would not handle password sharing; now you must connect to the main network, open an application or website, and view something at least once every 31 days. The devices through which you connect will be designated as "trusted" by Netflix, will remember them, and will not be blocked. However, users who try to log in to their account from another location will be denied access and are encouraged to create their own account.