After a long wait, you can finally watch Netflix in 4K on a 2nd gen Fire TV.
For some time now if you had a 2nd gen Fire TV connected to a 4K TV you would only get 1080p instead of the typical 2160p of 4K. Well, now that has all be fixed with a recent update according to AFTVNews.com. For now though the Netflix app on the Fire TV still does not list 4K as an option for the Fire TV.
Here is the Netflix description for the Fire TV:
Netflix is the worlds leading subscription service for watching TV episodes and movies on your favorite device.
Get this free application as a part of your Netflix membership and you can instantly watch thousands of TV episodes & movies on your device.
If you are not a Netflix member sign up for Netflix and start enjoying immediately with our one-month free trial.
How does Netflix work?
Netflix membership gives you access to unlimited TV shows and movies for one low monthly price.
With the Netflix app you can instantly watch as many TV episodes & movies as you want, as often as you want, anytime you want.
You can Browse a growing selection of thousands of titles, and new episodes that are added regularly.
Search for titles and watch immediately on your Android TV device or on an ever expanding list of supported devices.
Rate your favorite shows and movies and tell us what you like so Netflix can help suggest the best titles for you.
Start watching on one device, and resume watching on another. Check out netflix.com for all the TVs, game consoles, tablets, phones, Blu-ray players and set top boxes on which you can watch Netflix.
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