A new streaming app from Netflix has been launched in Ireland, giving users the ability to watch TV shows and movies online without the need to visit their local cinema.
The app has a number of new features, including a new feature that lets users record a TV show from the Netflix website, but it also allows users to create a custom show and share it with other users.
The new feature has been in the works for a while and the Netflix Ireland team is excited to introduce it, said co-founder, director and producer, Michael O’Connell.
Netflix Ireland has been working on the app since early this year, but its launch is the first to be live in the UK and Ireland.
O’Connor said it was a “game changer”.
“This is something that’s been on our minds since the start of Netflix Ireland, we were hoping to be able to launch it here,” he said.
“And we’re delighted to finally be able get it on the UK & Ireland platforms.”
Netflix Ireland’s first launch is expected to come in the coming weeks.
The service offers content from over 400 countries and is available in several languages.
The company says it is working to make the app available in other languages.
“This app is the ultimate companion to Netflix Ireland,” O’Neill said.
Netflix’s IPTV feature is a big deal for the Irish internet.
Netflix already offers its service in the US, where users can stream shows and films on their devices via their home internet connection.
It has also recently launched a service in Australia, and in the U.K. Netflix has recently begun to offer an IPTV service in South Korea and the U