Eight months later, Netflix’s Kids Mystery Box feature officially rolls out to Android devices today.Android users around the world can find at the top of the Netflix homepage[お気に入り]of the column[ミステリー ボックス]You can now discover new kids shows and TV characters by clicking
The company today updated its previous announcement post from May, stating, “This feature is now available to all global members on their Android devices.”
The Mystery Box feature works similarly to the shuffle button, allowing children and their parents to discover new content in a more playful way. The Mystery Box contents change daily, from shows and characters like Ada Twist, Iggy and Rosie in Ada Twist, Scientist to dinosaurs in Jurassic World: Camp Cretasius.
Netflix is packed with kids’ shows and movies, including popular titles like ‘Cocomeron,’ ‘Gabby’s Dollhouse,’ Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Pinocchio,’ which was just nominated for the 2023 Oscars. . Streaming services also have dedicated kid profiles that allow parents to block certain shows and access their viewing history.
Netflix has historically experimented with new ways to introduce content to consumers, from personalized recommendations to screensaver promotions and even a shuffle button that plays random titles.
For example, the ability to play something selects the user’s title based on the user’s preferences. The Kids Mystery Box feature uses the same idea, but is more interactive and fun for younger users. Kids can use this feature to discover the next series or rewatch content they haven’t seen in a while.
This update follows the revamp of Netflix’s iOS app, which features new billboard layouts, card transitions, profile screen animations, and more. It’s not clear if Android apps will get the same upgrades.