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Netflix users can now download content to watch offline

Netflix announced on Wednesday that users will now be allowed to download movies and TV shows to watch offline, without an Internet connection.

Now you can finish up on

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Now you can finish up on "The Crown" episode you paused last night while on the way to work.

Netflix addicts, rejoice! The streaming service is now letting users download content to watch offline.

While the option is available for all subscription plans, only some titles are currently available, but the company say on Wednesday they are working on getting other titles added to the list.

As of today, you can download Netflix-created shows like "Orange is The New Black," and "The Crown" to offline enjoyment.

The move will help anyone ever stuck on a flight with only the airline-provided content, or perhaps the commuter who desperately wanted to finish that last episode before work.

Netflix follows other streaming services, like those providing music or podcasts, who have offered offline use for some time.

Shows approved for offline download will offer an icon next to each episode in Netflix's newest app update.

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Shows approved for offline download will offer an icon next to each episode in Netflix's newest app update.

To take advantage of the new feature, users will need the newest update of the Netflix app.

The shows approved for offline viewing will have a download icon next to each episode.