Netflix has announced its 2019 list of Recommended TVs, which are television sets that meet the company’s streaming criteria to “deliver a better experience” when watching the service.
TV sets with a designated “Netflix Recommended TV” logo means it will:
- Get to Netflix within just a few seconds
- Move quickly and easily between different apps
- Get the latest version of Netflix
- Have access to all the newest features for a better browsing experience
Netflix says for a TV to get this designation, it must meet 5 of the 7 criteria below:
- TV Instant On
- Fast App Launch
- Netflix Button
- Easy Netflix Icon Access
- Always Fresh
- High-res Netflix Interface
- Latest Netflix Version
For 2019, the newest addition to the criteria is the Always Fresh feature, which means when televisions are “sleeping”, Netflix can update in the background, allowing for faster responsiveness.
Below are 2019 Netflix Recommended TVs in Canada, according to the company:
You can click here to check out the 2018 list of Netflix Recommended TVs.
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