Netflix has shared a few stats on how people join and watch the service, and it found that there’s a pretty rapid switch in devices …

When it comes to taking out a subscription, the most common way to do that is on a PC or Mac (40%) followed by a smartphone (30%).

One month in, though, about half our viewing is done on TV, and by the six month point that number has jumped to 70%.

  • TV: 70%
  • PC or Mac: 15%
  • Smartphone: 10%
  • Tablet: 5%

That most people gravitate to TV isn’t surprising, but I am a little surprised that twice as many people watch on a smartphone as on a tablet. That may be explained by mobile viewing while commuting, when people are less likely to have their tablet with them. Some 25% of Netflix streaming is done on a mobile network.

OnePlus 5T owners recently noticed that they can’t stream Netflix in HD, something the company said could be resolved, but you have to mail in your phone

Via Re/code and CNET

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