After improving the audio experience of users of Apple’s AirPods, Netflix decided not to leave aside those who use Android devices to enjoy their content. The streaming service recently released an update that allows studio-quality sound on Android smartphones and tablets.
Netflix decided to make its platform compatible with the xHE-AAC audio codec (Extended HE-AAC with MPEG-D DRC) in order to improve the sound quality of its series and movies on the terminals with the Google operating system.
Netflix just got a lot better on Android devices
This new codec offers greater definition in environments with a lot of external noise and can even adapt to various network connections to offer an improved experience to those running Android 9.0 Pie or higher.
This software also facilitates dynamic control and volume management in order to enhance a better sound output in the most varied offers in the Netflix catalog.
Audiophiles will be happy to know that they can now seamlessly control the bit transfer flow, which helps studio sound quality whenever the bandwidth allows it.
Netflix says that this type of audio solution allows greater immersion in its contents and that the technology reduces the likelihood of users preferring external speakers for multimedia consumption.
Sound is one of Netflix’s recent focuses
The streaming platform has made a notable effort to offer its subscribers an improved user experience.
This will not be strange the current climate of greater competition between the various offers on the market and the compatibility with various sound and image technologies that each offers.
If the catalog of films and series determines which service a person will choose, the sound can also be decisive when subscribing or renewing the subscription.
XHE-AAC compatibility is being made available to everyone, so check to see if you have any updates available for Netflix on Android.
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