The headline is pretty clear, Netflix has posted a job opening seeking an Android Video Playback Expert, which can only mean that it is looking to finally venture into the Android market. Netflix is nothing new in the world of smartphones. Heck, our friends over at WMExperts have been covering Netflix for WindowsMobile for a while now, and over at TiPB they have been boasting about Netflix for the iPhone, iTouch and iPad now. It's long overdue for an Android application for such a vastly popular service, but hey, better late then never right? While we have no real information, as its rather clear development is in the earlier stages from the job opening shown, we can hope development is quick and easy, and we see the Netflix for Android application show up in the marketplace soon! [via Engadget]
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