One of my few complaints with the Netflix app for Android has always been that the app makes it more difficult than it should be to indulge in binge-watching behavior. Watching episode after episode of a TV show meant either going back into the episode list again, or hitting the show's tile from the home view again, and neither was ideal.
With a recent update, however, Netflix has added what it calls a "post-play" experience, which gives users the number and title of the next episode, along with a big red "play next episode" button. Just like on the web, the next episode will play automatically unless you stop it.
It's been a couple months in coming, but the first in an episodic series of Avengers games is live on the Play Store now. In case you've forgotten, this edition features the Hulk, leading the effort to round up a number of supervillains that escaped during a breakout of The Vault. To celebrate the launch, Marvel and NVIDIA are offering the game for a special promo price of $4.99 (normally $6.99).
Owners of Tegra 3 devices will notice some extra effects and battle damage, but the chipset is not strictly required. However, there is a pretty sparse collection of supported devices.
Welcome back to another week of the Android Police podcast. This is our second episode, and there are a lot of voices you'll be hearing, so let's figure out who's who. This week on the show, our guests include (aside from regular hosts Matt, Bob, and David):
Artem Russakovskii (Founder of Android Police)
If you're having a hard time telling who is speaking, don't worry - we're working on it (thanks to all those who noted this on the first episode).
This week, we're tackling a lot of topics, but some of the big ones are: