Facebook’s Portal TV, its screen-less camera device you plug into a big screen, is getting Netflix.
The company announced the update today, further rounding out what streaming apps are available through its family of video chat devices and making the Portal platform even more of a streaming stick competitor. (The Portal TV already supports Amazon Prime Video, Showtime, and Sling TV.
Portal TV, the media device that works with your TV at home, today offers access to a range of streaming services, including Amazon Prime Video, Showtime and Sling TV. But, until now, one of the most important streaming services — Netflix — had been missing.
Facebook says Netflix will now be introduced to Portal TV in all countries where Portal is sold.
It will also introduce a new remote that will include one-touch buttons for launching streaming apps, like Prime Video, Netflix and its own Facebook Watch.