How to Watch Netflix Offline on Android or iOS: Watch your Best TV Shows and Movies
A few years ago, a lot of folks raised an eyebrow when Netflix set out to be the new HBO, with original TV show programming and in house documentaries in the pipeline.
Fast forward to today, and the debut-fueled expansion of Netflix has returned several hit series, and there are 20 shows of unscripted programming that are set to make a cameo in 2017.
That’s a lot of content for what was supposed to be simply a one-stop-shop for other movies and TV series, and Netflix has started what seems like an arms race for hit content between the TV networks, HBO and Amazon.
As a result, we spare more and more time to watch one brilliant TV shows after another, and have less and less time to do anything else.
Netflix introduced offline downloads for some of its content on mobile devices, so that you can grab it while on your Wi-Fi networks at home, watch at your convenience on the go.
Watch your Best TV Shows and Movies
Step 2: Log in with your Netflix account, and tap on the hamburger menu icon, then selected the Available for Download option,
Step 3: Pick from the list, or simply search for your content to see if it is available for offline viewing.
Step 4: The Programming that can be download is denoted with the icon in the description header if it is a TV show.
Step 5: After the process is complete in the background, you can access your offline content from the My Downloads section of the app.
Step 6: Should you wish to change the video quality, you can do so by going to the Menu icon again, tap App setting > Downloads > Video quality, and choose either the Standard or Higher options. To store the downloads on the microSD card, it has to be set as your primary shared storage place in your phone’s settings, otherwise Netflix will download the movies or episodes to your internal memory.