It’s been a while since we last saw a movie like this, but in this one, The Force is strong.
And if you want to go on an epic journey without paying a premium for the best content, then you’re going to need a Netflix subscription.
And with Star Wars: Episode VII already in theaters, the service has finally launched a mobile app to make that easier.
With its launch in the U.S. today, Netflix has made it easy to stream Star Wars episodes without paying for a subscription to an app like X-Ray & Noir, a subscription service that’s available on a wide variety of devices.
The company says that the app will be available on Apple TV and Roku devices later this week.
Netflix’s Star Wars app has been available in the United States since February, but the service only has been able to offer this service to Apple TV.
With the launch of Netflix’s mobile app, that will change.
The app has access to all of Netflix content, including classic movies, original TV shows, and more.
That means that you’ll be able to enjoy Netflix originals like American Beauty, Fargo, House of Cards, and Orange Is the New Black.
With a bit of effort, you can even stream a movie to your phone.
Netflix is also now offering a “premium” tier that will give you access to more movies and TV shows.
This is similar to what Amazon Prime does, where it lets you watch movies and content for less money.
If you are not an Amazon Prime subscriber, you should be able download the Netflix app on any device you have an Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick.
Netflix also announced that it will be bringing the feature to Android phones and tablets as well.
Netflix will be rolling out the feature across all of its streaming apps later this month.
We’ll update this article with more information when it becomes available.
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