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Video streaming service Netflix has launched its Hindi user interface on Thursday. The Hindi interface for users will be available on mobile, TV, and web devices. The advantage would be that users would be able to find international shows, films, and web series in Hindi. Also, it will be much easier for a Hindi user who does not have good English knowledge. Netflix's new user interface will be available in Hindi on all devices, including mobile, TV, and web, from sign-in to search, collection, and payment.

How to use:

Netflix users will need to select the language option by selecting Manage Profile in their desktop, TV, or mobile browser to use the Hindi interface, from where the user can use the Hindi interface. On Netflix, the Heimer can set up up up up at over five profiles in each account, and each profile will have its own different language settings. Netflix members living outside India will also have the option to convert their user interface into Hindi.

A lot of attention paid to interfaces with company content:

The vice president of Netflix India, Monica Shergil, said that Netflix's best experience is of great significance to us. It is as important as it is necessary to have the best content. The new user interface will make Netflix more accessible and will be of great help to the member who gives a lot of priority to Hindi.

Netflix to release 17 new movies soon:

Let's say Netflix is investing a lot in Indian films and web series. The company has recently announced the launch of 17 new films and web series, including Ludo, a suitable boy, and mismatched and film Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl. The films will be released on August 12. Netflix offers excellent extensions with many features like smart downloads, parental controls, and the top 10 Row.

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