A new Netflix service has launched to help users track and share the content they consume and to let users share their content as well.
The new service, called Netflix Now, is the first major Netflix product to offer a unified interface that makes it easy for users to discover, watch and share content.
Users can search and browse through millions of movies and TV shows from Netflix by clicking on the title bar at the top of the screen.
The service will show up as a movie, TV show or podcast in the library, and it will also be available for the user to search for content on YouTube, Google Play and Amazon Prime.
Users also can subscribe to an exclusive, personalized Netflix experience.
The company has partnered with Netflix to make this a reality.
Netflix will let users subscribe to a Netflix Unlimited plan that includes unlimited movies and shows from the company’s catalog, and also let them watch all the movies they want on a single device.
The same service will also let users watch their favorite movies and television shows in HD and in 1080p resolution.
The service will be available in the United States on June 21, with the first episodes of the upcoming season of Daredevil on June 23.
Netflix is also launching in Canada, Mexico and the UK on June 24.
This is Netflix’s third foray into big data.
In June, it launched a video service called VOD.
The first VOD offering was for original TV shows like The Simpsons, Friends, and The Cosby Show.
In August, it rolled out an exclusive digital version of House of Cards, a Netflix series starring Kevin Spacey.
Netflix is also investing in big data to improve its customer experience, including a new analytics system called Machine Learning that can help it make recommendations about movies, shows and more based on what users search for on the web.
The company has also been working on a video game called Watch Party.
It is not yet available to consumers, but it will be coming to iOS and Android devices sometime in the coming months.