Few shows on Netflix have intro sequences that are more of an art, montages constructed carefully leading to beautiful music, including visuals that brings water to the eyes. While there are some Netflix intros that tend to be itchy and feels like skipping it for the first few seconds.
Well, good news is now Netflix has made it easier to watch the favourite shows on Chromecast. One can now bunk the Netflix Intros, which is watched at the beginning with the Chromecast. This feature is made available on desktop and smartphones for the time being, though for now it’s only debuting for the Chromecast users only, as signified by the tipster at the Android Police.
With Chromecast you can get to the direct meat of any episode by skipping the intros on lots of show. A "skip button" has been introduced on the controller screen for the Android application, as per reports. Lately, the skip button is functional that appears on the controller interface within phone app. If one is watching Netflix on the web or inside any app, then they are able to skip intros for a while now, and that makes sense as the feature would also eventually turn out to Chromecast. Chromecast doesn’t integrate any new functionality input to the screen where it’s attached, unless been paired to a Google Home. Although for now it seems not to show up o the iOS Netflix app yet. Update the Netflix app to the latest version on the phone and rafter a show over on Chromecast to check whether the option is available or not. Once a new episode begins, one should be seeing a “skip intro” button below the other playback controls of the app.
This incident is something that hasn't been officially introduced by Netflix, and has just got noticed by the users. Hence, no further details are seen for now. Due to some reason, one can only use this feature through Chromecast, which is been connected to any Android device. Hope, at some point this feature will get introduced to the iOS platform surely.
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