That warning is the same warning that Netflix displays for every application that requests API access to Netflix. Queueman and Flixster displayed the same screen.
This does not indicate any opinion from Netflix on whether the application is permitted or taboo. It just warns you to be careful with your Netflix credentials.
I haven't installed this yet, but I guess the app appears to Netflix as if it is a PC? Does it require the four character device auth code one time at the beginning? Does it show in the authorized device list on Netflix's site as one of your six possible auth'd devices?
I thought the OP was asking if there was an app to actually stream netflix to your droid... not just look at your queue/browse etc... it would be sweet if you could stream to your droid like you can to your Xbox...
I started using Jetflicks yesturday, The videos are good quality, no commercials and a lot of shows, streams flawlessly over 3G and loads fast. Watched Dexter while on the treadmill at the gym, the peeps next to me where so jealous. Also watched the big bang theory, supper funny! Its an investment though. $50 a year and $2 for the app.
My only con is the user interface! its just plain 1995, It really sucks. The developer really needs to work on that. The other thing is that developer is buying 5* ratings by offering a free month if you leave 5*s and then email him with your info and he will then give you a month. I hate when people get a bribe for 5*, it keeps the developer from working hard on improving his app because the risk of loosing customers is much lower. I emailed the developer and he answered within a few hours, so good news there. Hopefully he fixes the UI cause it really sucks.
But it does stream well, and keeps me from downloading to the comp, converting, putting on my phone, and deciding ahead of time what I want to watch while i am hitting the gym, or stuck at an appointment or something. I would buy again.
Last edited by VitsDroid; 01-26-2010 at 12:53 PM.
joined AA (android anonymous). Turns out the program feeds my addiction rather than squelch it. I dont mind though
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