In the wake of the release of Netflix’s new live-streaming platform, the company has made it easier for viewers to stream ESPN content without the need for a VPN.
Users can now download and install a VPN client app from the Apple App Store or Google Play, and it will automatically connect to Netflix for access to live streams.
However, for those users who have never used a VPN before, there are some caveats to the process.
To access Netflix from the Mac, users will need to install the VPN app from Apple’s web site and follow the instructions.
For Windows users, they can either use a VPN app or create a VPN account on the Apple VPN App Store.
For users with Windows 10 and older, Netflix recommends using the VPN that comes with the PC or Windows 10 IoT devices.
Netflix also recommends creating a Google account to get access to streaming videos, but it’s a simple process and Netflix won’t be able to offer you a free trial of the VPN.
To stream Netflix from your iPhone, you will need a VPN that includes Apple’s VPN service.
For most users, the free trial will be enough to get them hooked.
Netflix will offer a free Roku app for streaming content in the future, and we’ll update this article as it becomes available.
The only drawback to using the Apple app to access the app is that it will require users to sign in with a username and password that aren’t their own.
We have been using Netflix from within the Mac app for many years, and the VPN feature is pretty convenient for us.
The Apple VPN app is free, but users who choose to use the Roku app will be charged $2.99 per month for the Roku service.
You can read more about the Netflix app on Apple’s website.