Netflix is a video on demand streaming service and is available in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South America and some parts of Europe as well. Netflix offers its users a collection of over 100,000 titles and had surpassed over 65 Million subscribers worldwide. Netflix has its apps available for free download and is available on all major mobile platforms including Android and iOS. Recently, some users reported that Netflix is not working properly on most of Samsung Smart TV models and some users who reported that after updating their Smart TV operating system the Netflix app automatically crashes and return an error, “Unfortunately, Netflix App has stopped”.Well, If you are getting this problem then we have a solution available. Netflix has recently updated their app and now it should work perfectly with every Samsung Smart TV model. The new Netflix App is currently in beta phase and is not available on PlayStore right now but you can download the latest APK from here.
How to Download and Install Netflix for Android 2.3.0 APK on Android:
- Download the Netflix for Android TV 2.3.0 build 897 APK (Smart TV users) | Netflix 3.14.3 build 5200 (for Android Smartphone users)
- Transfer it to your phone if you haven’t downloaded via your phone.
- Go to Settings > Security > enable Unknown Resources.
- Navigate to the folder where the apk is downloaded and run it.
That’s all, you have successfully installed Netflix for Android TV/Smartphone application on your device.