Pro Device Compatibility: Good Coverage
Netflix apps and portals exist for a vast array of devices. It is available on PC and Mac through the browser, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, Wii, Smart TVs and select Blu-ray players from Samsung, LG, Sony, Panasonic and Philips, Apple TV, Virgin Media TiVo boxes, and media streamers from Roku and Western Digital, plus Android devices, iPad, iPhone, Amazon Fire Phone and Windows Phone devices. Some LG home cinema systems offer it too, as does Amazon Fire TV and certain YouView boxes - namely those from BT and retail Humax boxes - have added it to their connected apps. TalkTalk and Huawei-made boxes will get it early 2015.
It can also be streamed, via a supported device, through Google Chromecast.
Pro Price: Good Value
There are two main monthly subscription fees, based on how many screens you wish to view Netflix content on simultaneously. For £6.99 a month you can view standard definition and HD content on two screens simultaneously, £8.99 a month for four. There is a third entry level option as well that which costs £5.99 for one stream and all videos are limited to standard definition only.
Con Mediocre movie selection
The TV series are the main feature of Netflix's catalogue. When it comes to movies, they are sometimes likened to a discount DVD bin. Some gems, but few good and recent movies. This isn't too surprising for a low-cost all-you-can eat service and would only change if Netflix introduces a way to rent individual titles.