Netflix, the popular movie- and TV-streaming service, has just landed on the Android platform. Already a staple for many iOS and mobile Windows 7 users, the Netflix mobile app now lets Android owners in on the instant-streaming party. It also comes with a full browsing experience, and it enables you to manage your Instant Queue.
The Netflix Android app is now available for free download in the Android market, but only for the following supported phones: HTC's Incredible, Nexus One, Evo 4G, G2, and Samsung's Nexus S. While the list does seem a bit thin, Netflix says it's working hard to roll the app out en masse. Read about the release on the official Netflix blog.
For more details, check outover on CNET's gadget blog, Crave. Also, stay tuned for a more in-depth look.