The internet is a wonderful thing, with its massive capacity to reach out to and engage the whole world.
But it can also cause congestion.
Netflix has been one of the most popular streaming services, with the majority of its traffic coming from the US.
This has led to issues for some users in the US, where the service has struggled to keep up with demand.
On Tuesday, Netflix told TechCrunch it has begun rolling out a new version of its app for mobile devices, including tablets and smartphones, to address this.
While the update will likely not affect the majority users, it will increase the speed of Netflix to match that of other services, such as Hulu and Amazon Prime.
“The app will provide an even smoother experience to our users on iOS and Android devices,” Netflix said in a blog post.
“For users on mobile devices in the United States, this will include faster loading times, faster playback speed, and faster loading and refreshing of videos.”
In other words, if you’re on a new device, you may see less of Netflix’s videos.
It’s unclear when Netflix will roll out the updates, but the company said it will be rolling out the update in stages.