Instagram Stories Can Now Show What You Are Watching on Netflix

Similar to Spotify’s Stories feature.

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Always looking to improve its mobile app experience, Netflix recently launched a new feature that lets its users share what they are watching on Instagram.

Similar to Spotify‘s Instagram Stories feature, the sharing option places media artwork into a generated layout. Tapping into the user-to-user shareability seen on IG, Netflix users will now be able to customize the layout in a variety of ways to make the sharing more personalized. The Netflix mobile app feature is currently only available on the streaming platform’s iOS version of the app, but will come to Android in the near future.

Check out how the new Netflix mobile app feature works below.

In case you missed it, Netflix is planning to create more interactive content following Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.

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