08-18-2012 03:39 PM
My wife and I are proud new owners of a pair of blackberry PlayBooks.
We are searching for a PlayBook native netflix application, however none seem to be available.
Please log this as interest in blackberry developing a native application for the blackberry PlayBook.
08-18-2012 07:55 PM
There will never be a Netflix app on Playbook or any RIM product. RIM is on the verge of bankruptcy.
Return your playbooks now and get something that supports Netflix ...plenty of other options.
08-19-2012 01:53 AM
You can try this:
08-19-2012 02:10 AM
I appreciate the link, I have looked at some of the options such as Flix and Playon.
I am hoping for a native application where I can use it via the PlayBook wifi, Bridge, or LTE.
I wont always be near my wifi or PC.
08-19-2012 08:20 PM
08-19-2012 08:25 PM - edited 08-19-2012 08:25 PM
Dream on buddy THERe WILL NEVER BE A NETFLIX app on PB. RIM doesn't make any money from it that's why they created the Movie Store App ...they get a cut of the sales.
THERE WILL NEVER EVER BE A NETFLIX APP give it up already!
RIM is so stupid for not having one ...a micro HDMI hooks your tablet to any TV did you even notice?
08-20-2012 03:45 PM
I think Netflix is in charge of this. All of the tools are available to allow Netflix Developer / Engineers to
1) Develop a native Netflix Application
2) Port their existing Android app to Playbook using the repackaging tool
They can get their app on Playbook in less than a day if they chose to.
Great Purchase By The Way
The Playbook is a multimedia powerhouse. Not only do you get to experience the FULL web, including every site which has flash videos (a ton of them), but you have the fastest mobile web browser on any mobile platform.
You can also import any videos directly to your BlackBerry Playbook and enjoy the videos anywhere. Connect your Playbook using hdmi and video your videos on any tv.
Cheers to awesome
12-09-2012 09:10 PM
You're a moron! Bankrupt? That's information that is purley **bleep**. If that were the case we'd know it on the street. And as for an app, you probably know as much about that as you do RIM's 10q. Nothing.