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Netflix Introduces ‘Shuffle Play’ for a More Fun Viewing Experience

The new feature is now being soft-tested on selected regions around the world!

The quarantine period has given us plenty of time to binge-watch movies and series. But staying for more than five months in isolation has already made many of us scour the depths of online streaming sites like Netflix.

Admittedly, most of us have already watched the latest k-drama, and rewatched our favorite episodes of FRIENDS or How I Met Your Mother. Indeed, there is nothing worse than realizing that you have finally made it to the end of your Netflix queue. (Read: ‘Ang Huling El Bimbo’ Premieres on TFC in September)

Now that we’ve already watched everything from our list, finding a new show to indulge ourselves has become a problem. With the endless movie titles and TV series available on Netflix, it can be hard to find a show that matches your taste. Luckily, the online streaming giant is developing a “Shuffle Play” feature that could help pick something for you to watch at random. (Read: What will happen to your subscriptions if the gov’t taxes Spotify, Netflix?)

Netflix Shuffle Play

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Netflix recently confirmed that they’re currently rolling out the Shuffle Play feature that could improve everyone’s viewing experience.  The new feature is now being soft-tested on selected devices and regions around the world. (Read: LOOK: New TV Program Teaches K-12 Subjects to Children at Home)

According to TechCrunch, the initial idea behind Netflix’s new feature is to help viewers quickly and easily find shows of their liking. An official word from Netflix suggests that the company wants its members to feel like they are watching traditional TV. 

Netflix said that it started to roll out the new test to members worldwide last month but only on TV devices. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been any word on whether computers and mobile phones will also have the new feature. 

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