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The era of all-day binge-watching and having unlimited titles waiting patiently at our literal fingertips has completely revolutionized the way we consume media -- but still, even the best things in life have some room for improvement.
Here are 12 tips, tricks, and "hacks" (for lack of a better word) that will improve your Netflix experience dramatically, all compatible with the current, revamped version of the site. If you want to instantly improve your binging, your first step should be downloading the Netflix Enhancement Suite, a smorgasbord of vital add-ons in one succinct (and free) package.
From pop-up ratings off of Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes (so you can separate the cream from the crap) to IMDb profiles, to trailers for basically every title, once you enhance, you'll wonder how you ever Netflixed without it. Unblockers like Smartflix (for free) or the pay-for-play Media Hint trick the site into thinking you are in another country, granting you access to literally hundreds of new titles. Flix Roulette is this miracle device, and much more: you can pick directors, actors, or even keywords (like sexy thrillers featuring a strong bisexual lead) to help hone your searches. Buffering time is the scourge of bingers everywhere.
Did you know other countries' Netflixes have movies and TV shows that aren't included on our US version? Though Media Hint isn't free, it may be a better option than Hola, considering the unblocker has landed in some hot water recently over security issues. How can one be expected to navigate's dark themes and dramatic buildups, if the climax is snarled by the horrors of excessive loading?
But even the biggest supporters of Fellini and connoisseurs of Kurosawa might not realize you can adjust the default Netflix subtitles to change color, size, font, and more -- based on your preferences, and what fits the title you're viewing.
All you need to do is go to Your Account until you and your significant other are reunited, the video-chat service Rabbit is a great alternative to Face Time and/or Skype.Unlike the two previously mentioned video-chatting services, Rabbit allows you to launch a window that can be viewed by all the parties in the chat - -inside that window, you can do whatever you wish, including streaming your favorite shows and movies.So essentially, you can latch onto someone else's viewing, with another window open to video chat and message in real time.There are some workarounds here, but they only work for watching on a computer: while playing a title, hold down Shift+Opt (Shift+Alt for Windows) and left click to open up a "hidden" menu (called the Stream Manager) with buffering fixes and other streaming options.If you are using Chrome, press Ctrl+Shift+Alt/Opt+S to access this menu.If you're streaming on Wii, Xbox 360, or Play Station 3 use the directional pad click One way to improve your video quality is streaming during off-peak hours (like early in the morning, late at night, etc.), according to a Digital Trends report.