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Darren Murph
09.09.11
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You heard right, film aficionados -- Netflix has just updated its Android app in order to bring one major, major change: "expanded support for phones." Previously, the app only worked on a smattering of smartphones, but as of today, v1.4 brings playback to "all Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices." Congratulations -- your weekend just got a lot better. Hit the source link to get your download on, or just visit the Market for an update if you're already in the door. So much for those "hardware DRM requirements" we heard about at MWC, huh?

Psst... all is well at Engadget US, but our colleagues in Canada aren't seeing the update yet.

Update: Seems T-Mobile's G2x is left out of the "all." Anyone else having issues with a particular handset?

[Thanks, 3vil and Brett]

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