By implementing xHE-AAC in the app, Netflix will provide “studio quality” audio to users on Android devices. However, there is one however.

Netflix has better sound

Netflix is ​​constantly developing its platform not only in terms of expanding the library of titles on offer, but also in terms of functionality. All of this to attract new customers and retain old ones. Soon we will have the option to randomize, and here another novelty is set up – “studio quality” sound.

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Thanks to the implementation of xHE-AAC format in the application, which provides variable audio transmission, we will be able to enjoy sound in much better quality than before. This applies to mobile application users that they use on their Android devices. But not all of them either, since Android 9Pie or later is required to support xHE-AAC, so older versions won’t benefit from the better sound.

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