Netflix binge watchers, your biggest wish is finally coming true.
You can now watch shows offline.
Netflix's mobile app added an option for users to download films and TV shows in advance to be able to watch it later without an internet connection.
That means if you're about to go on a trip or travel by plane, you can just predownload shows to watch anytime without worrying about data.
But there's a catch.
Not every show and movie can be viewed offline, but Netflix says many are included, such as its original series Stranger Things, Orange is the New Black and House of Cards.
But just because it's a Netflix original doesn't mean it will work.
The film The Little Prince can't be downloaded, at least not yet.
And neither can some licensed shows and movies.
Such as the BBC Sherlock.
To tell if a show can be download in advance first, you have to update the app, it's available for iOs and Android.
And then, look for an arrow symbol next to a title, that indicates it can be downloaded.
There's also a new category on the Netflix app menu, called available for download, which lists all shows that can be viewed offline.
And speaking of shows, I have some big news about this show.
After five years this will be the final episode of CNET Update.
But dear fans, don't be distraught.
You'll still find me everyday on CNET dishing out tech news.
I'm just no longer confined to this little spacey, future world backdrop, even though I shall miss it It's pointy edges and colors.
Several of us on the CNet team will be giving you daily breaking news reports, and it also gives me the ability to do some bigger reporting projects for CNet, so stay tuned to see what's in store.
And a big thank you also, goes out to our awesome update fans.
To give this a proper sendoff, we of course, have to play a mashup of some of the best moments throughout the years.
From our studios in New York, I'm Bridget Carey.
Thanks for watching.
Welcome to the premier episode of CNET Update.
Every weekday I'll give you a breakdown of the biggest stories in tech and how it impacts out lives.
Shatterproof is right.
Yourself doing Yoshi could travel through green pipes.
The app is available for Windows and.
But seriously, if you think the photo of the dress was blue and black you need to have your eyes checked.
Our next contestant is one of the largest online retailers in the world.
Facebook is just the latest company, said to be incorporating bots into its messaging services.
And no, get out of here, I'm not talking about those bots, I'm talking about chat bots.
The emojis are coming to life, would you like a donut?
Then express yourself with these augmented reality filters.
Those are not your roots, Larry.
I can't give up ont hat little guy.
For CNET, I'm Bridget Carey, see you in the future.
Bridge, one to beam up.
Reporting from our studio in [UNKNOWN], I'm Bridget Carey, queen of update.
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