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    that would be pretty incredible!
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    i was looking for this app last night cant wait
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    Excellent, I'm a brand new NetFlix customer, as it turns out.....
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    Iphone now has a Neflix app. I am still waiting for the Android version!
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    In my opinion, there are apps that are neat and there are apps that are useful. I can see this app as "neat", but not useful. I live in the Los Angeles area and can't even watch a simple non-HD Youtube flick without having the screen freeze and buffer constantly. It would also seem pointless to watch an entire movie on such a small screen. And to kill your battery. Under what circumstances would you be provoked to watch a streaming movie from Netflix on your Droid or any other phone?
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    When you are stuck sitting at work or on a long train ride home... for you it may not be usefull but I can name a few times when this would be useful
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    Thanks liam. But are you willing to watch a movie that's constantly freezing while buffering? Or are you able to stream successfully without much interruption? Certainly, we don't know how Netflix will work when released for the Droid, but based on my video experience with the Droid, I don't think it will be very successful at full streaming. Maybe it's just where I live...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HamDog View Post
    Thanks liam. But are you willing to watch a movie that's constantly freezing while buffering? Or are you able to stream successfully without much interruption? Certainly, we don't know how Netflix will work when released for the Droid, but based on my video experience with the Droid, I don't think it will be very successful at full streaming. Maybe it's just where I live...
    I could see watching TV show episodes on it, but probably not full movies. But I'll take it for FREE since I have Netflix anyway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HamDog View Post
    In my opinion, there are apps that are neat and there are apps that are useful. I can see this app as "neat", but not useful. I live in the Los Angeles area and can't even watch a simple non-HD Youtube flick without having the screen freeze and buffer constantly. It would also seem pointless to watch an entire movie on such a small screen. And to kill your battery. Under what circumstances would you be provoked to watch a streaming movie from Netflix on your Droid or any other phone?

    I use my phone all the time to watch movies and TV shows... I use alot of public transportation... I probably watch 2-3 movies a week on the way to and from work... while i am sure i could use my time to do somethign more productive, I find this to be a great way to kill an hour commute here and there...

    It would be awesome if you could save the movies to your phone for use later as well... then it would work for all the flights i take to boot...
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