Netflix Coming Soon to Ubuntu

Posted by jake on Wednesday, May 11, 2011


Ubuntu users rejoice! Google has been working on Netflix support at least since February. This affects not only Ubuntu users, but any linux users who also use the Chrome/Chromium web browser. It was reported this morning during the Chromebook presentation at Google I/O that there would be Netflix support. With the Chromebooks being released June 15th, we should all see Netflix support in Google Chrome within the month.

10 Comments

  1. I'll believe it when I see it

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  2. ME TOO! Although it has only been a couple weeks since the Chromebook release.

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  3. Anonymous7:11 PM

    april fools

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  4. any updates to this?

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  5. so netflix announced on facebook that netflix is now available for chromebooks, how about ubuntu and jolicloud?

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  6. Anonymous1:53 PM

    please remove this post; it gives false hope that we Netflix subscribers may someday actually get what we pay for

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  7. Hello Anonymous!

    I have several other articles related to Netflix here you can check out. Just below the article, you should see a few. You can also do a "netflix" search on our site from the search bar on the right side as well. There are other alternatives.

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  8. Anonymous2:25 PM

    Amazon streaming works just fine in Ubuntu. Might that tighten the race a touch?

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