What do you need in order to access Netflix?
The answer is you need a proxy extension.
Netflix has a series of extension options that let you watch Netflix on devices from your phone to a Chromecast.
The best of the bunch are a Netflix proxy extension and the Netflix API.
Netflix also offers a Chromium extension for Chrome and Firefox that enables you to watch Netflix in any browser on any operating system.
The other two options allow you to use the Netflix app on iOS or Android devices, or download the Netflix extension on an iPhone or Android device and watch on the Google Chromecast on your TV.
The latter option is especially useful for people who don’t want to wait for Netflix to sync their data.
The proxy extension works with any Chrome browser and Chrome for Android, but only on Android.
It’s also possible to use a proxy in Safari for viewing on the web.
Netflix’s Netflix proxy can be downloaded from the Netflix website or directly from Netflix.com.
For more information, see the Netflix proxy page.
Netflix doesn’t offer a separate extension for iOS and Android devices.
The browser extension also works with the Netflix web browser, but there’s no way to download it.
Chrome for iOS doesn’t include an extension, so you’ll have to download a separate Chrome extension.
A browser extension for Firefox is also available for Chrome, but the extension is limited to viewing on Chrome for mobile devices.
You can download the Firefox extension for free on the Chrome Web Store.
The only other option is to use Netflix’s Android proxy extension that enables viewing on your Android device.
This option is not compatible with Chrome for Windows or Mac OS X. You’ll have access to Netflix on Android devices using the Netflix Chrome app.
Netflix can be used to watch on your phone, tablet, or Chromebook, depending on your device.
Netflix supports more than 200 different device operating systems and devices from both Chrome and Android.
The most popular of these is Android, and the company is working on adding more.
Netflix uses the Chrome browser on most popular devices like iPhones and iPads to help you watch your movies, and also on the Android version of Netflix’s website.
For example, Netflix users on iOS will have access on iOS to watch movies, but on Android, Netflix will not.
To watch on a mobile device, Netflix recommends that you use an Android app called “Netflix Mobile.”
For more details on how to watch with Netflix on your mobile device and to check your device’s compatibility, see our guide on how you can watch Netflix using Android on iOS and on your desktop computer.
A Chromecast is a device that plays video on your television.
It works with Netflix to provide you with a full screen, full HD, and full 4K experience on your Chromecast device.
The Chromecast does not support Netflix content.
To use a Chromecast on a PC, you’ll need to download and install Netflix’s Chromecast app.
For iOS and macOS, Netflix also has an app called Netflix TV that allows you get a Chromedecast on any TV.
This can be an easy process for people with multiple TVs, since you don’t need to have a Chromcast in your home.
On a Roku, Chromecast works with your TV via the Apple TV app.
On Roku, it works through your TV app and the Apple Home app, and on Chromecast you can use the built-in browser to access content from Netflix on Roku.
The same goes for Chromecast-enabled Android devices like the Nexus 7, Nexus 9, and Samsung Galaxy S9.
Netflix requires a Chromexcel-based browser on your Roku or Android to access its streaming content.
Chromecast users can choose from the Google Chrome or Netflix extension options.