Every Netflix app on iPhone and Android has a hidden feature subscribers miss


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If you’re a Netflix subscriber, you’ve already paid for a cool feature that you might have just browsed.

Millions of people have probably missed this Netflix feature even though it is on the homepage.

Netflix regroups Games in the app for just under a year now, and they’re included in your standard subscription.

This means that you don’t need to shell out any extra money to play them.

You can go to your Netflix app and then scroll down. Once you are a few blocks away, you should see a line labeled “N Games”.

“No ads, additional fees or in-app purchases,” says Netflix. “Unlimited access to exclusive games included in your subscription.”

When you click on a game and install it, you need to sign in with your Netflix ID. If you don’t have a Netflix subscription, you simply won’t be able to play.

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All of your progress is saved to your Netflix account, so you can play on an iPhone and then switch to an iPad if you want.

And since it’s cross-platform, you can even pick up where you left off on an Android phone.

The only real issue is that you need to have a device running iOS 15 or later, or Android 8 or later.

There are plenty of games to choose from, with options suitable for youngsters or adults.

Some big brands are present, including Heads Up, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story, and SpongeBob: Get Cooking.

There are dozens of games right now, and more are being added all the time!