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Netflix plays Dictoc to make its users laugh

Netflix plays Dictoc to make its users laugh

No shortage of ideas, Netflix launches For Laughs, a feature that allows you to watch short clips of its comedy shows. These thumbnails are attached together unless the flow is stopped manually, such as a tick.

Netflix wants to cheer us on. The operating system has simply introduced a new feature called Pour rire. The idea is to watch the juices from its comic list (movies, series and shows) in the form of short pastels one after the other, until the user stops flowing.

If the concept reminds you of anything, it’s very similar to the design provided by Dictoc, and of course the creating page is minimal.

Already available on iOS in some countries

This function is accessed via a dedicated tab in the navigation menu at the bottom of the home screen. Programs found through this tool can be added to your list and get started immediately. Portions can also be shared on WhatsApp, Instagram, Snapshot, Twitter, etc. – but not strangely on Facebook or LinkedIn, but very differently.

In some countries iPhone users are already getting laughs and should go for testing on Android soon.

Netflix

Netflix is ​​a paid subscription application and service that provides access to an online library of thousands of movies, series, documentaries, shows and TV shows.

  • Downloads: 240
  • Release Date: 06/03/2021
  • Author: Netflix, Inc.
  • License: Free license
  • Categories:

    Video

  • Operating System:

    Android, Online Service All Web Browsers, Windows 10, iOS iPhone / iPad

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