Netflix’s new mobile tab could make it easier to find things to watch – The Verge

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The new ‘My Netflix’ tab shows shows and movies you’ve shown some interest in.

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An illustration of the Netflix logo.

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Netflix is ​​introducing a new tab in its mobile apps that could make it easier to actually find something you want to watch, according to a blog post from the company. The new tab, called My Netflix, will be available on iOS starting Monday and rolling out on Android in early August.

Basically, it sounds like My Netflix will pop up titles you’ve shown some interest in to help you make a decision about what to watch. The My Netflix tab shows you things like titles you’ve downloaded, recently watched, halfway through, saved to My List, and thumbs up, as well as trailers you’ve watched.

“Keep in mind that the more you interact with and tell Netflix what you like, such as saving more action thrillers likeExtraction 2to My List or give a thumbs up to any season ofBridgertonthe more you see in the My Netflix tab,” writes Netflix.

Screenshots of Netflix's new My Netflix tab.

Screenshots of Netflix's new My Netflix tab.

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While it sounds like a handy new tab for all the places you use Netflix, it’s only on the mobile apps for starters. I asked Netflix if it’s coming to the company’s web and TV apps. That’s “something we’re looking into, but no exact time frame yet,” Netflix spokesperson MoMo Zhou tells WebMD. The edge.

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