Today is Christmas Day, which inevitably means some things for many families across the United States and around the world. This means that the family gets meetings, gifts and a lot of excess. It also means that when the festival finally goes down, people have to relax and decompress a bit. If there is a better way to decompress than by picking up on a couch or bed and watching some movies or shows on Netflix, we don't know what it is.
Netflix is great alone. As we've discussed several times before on this site, it's one of a small number of paid subscription services that people are too happy to pay for. In fact, surveys regularly show that most Netflix subscribers will be willing to pay even more for Netflix than they currently pay. It shouldn't come as much of a surprise considering how great the service has become, and it's obviously the only place to look at all of Netflix's fantastic award-winning original content. But virtually Netflix is on its own, there is always room for improvement.
If you see Netflix on a computer, the odds are pretty good that you see it in the Google Chrome browser. After all, Chrome's share of the browser market is now over 65% globally, according to the market research firm Net Applications. And if you see Netflix in Chrome, it is especially a Chrome browser extension that you really should use.
It's called Never Ending Netflix, and it was created by app developer Jonluca De Caro. Available for free in the Google Chrome Web Store, this nifty browser extension enhances the Netflix viewing experience in seven key ways. Here's the description from the Chrome Web Store page:
Automatically play next episode, skip title sequences, skip "Still see?", And search over 3000 genres! NEN is a chrome extension that enhances the Netflix experience for power users. Features include:
* Auto Skip Intro
* Automatically play next episode or NEVER watch credits!
* Jump the popups asking if you are "still here?" After 8 hours
* Search over 3000 genres from the alternative page!
* Disable auto show playback on the home page
To restore, a single free Chrome extension can skip title sequences, automatically play the next episode, skip credits, eliminate the annoying "do you still see?" prompt, hide downgraded content, and search all Netflix hidden genres. On top of all, Never Ending Netflix also makes the most annoying thing about Netflix's interface: It lets you stop the horrible previews of auto play while browsing.
Never Ending Netflix is a free download from the Chrome Web Store ̵