The company also said it is adding 500 more titles starting today, including PREVIOUS, AM: Scores of countries around the world are celebrating May Day on Wednesday, but it might be more like “mayday!” for folks who make a habit of watching older movies on Netflix."About a year and half ago we took a step back to think about Netflix's television experience across devices," explains company director of innovation Chris Jaffe."What we saw was a mismatch in how Netflix worked relative to how regular TV works, where you just turn it on and things are happening." Jaffe explained that compared to the active browsing experience of traditional channel surfing, Netflix seemed static.Jumping between PS3, Xbox and Roku devices can be a jarring experience, each offering its own spin on the Netflix queue with an inconsistent distribution of the service's best features.Even Netflix is put off by the mixed ecosystem: which is why it's launching a new, unified television experience today.
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