Netflix is one of the best streaming services out there. sadly, it’s only available in a limited number of countries, and only has a really good catalog in the US. Netflix does checks on your IP address to verify that you are in the US and allowed to access it. Several services exist to let
If you’ve bought a Kindle Fire, or Kindle Fire HD and live outside the US, you are probably frustrated that services such as Netflix or Amazon Instant Videos (AIV) are not available for non US residents. We’ve found a very simple way to bypass this limitation, and let you stream Netflix content on your Kindle
If you’ve bought a PS3 and live outside the US, you are probably frustrated that services such as Netflix or Amazon Instant Videos (AIV) are not available for non US residents. We’ve found a very simple way to bypass this limitation, and let you connect to Netflix or Amazon Instant Video directly from your PS3,
PS3 owners: check our article on how to Watch Netflix outside of the US from any ps3 Kindle Fire/Kindle Fire HD owners: check our article on how to stream Netflix outside the US from your Kindle Disclaimer: the Unblock-US links in this article are affiliate links. I am however one of their genuine satisfied customers
Important Update: our recommended way to watch Netflix outside of the US on your android device is now to use Unblock-US. Our tutorial on how to set it up on your Android device (especialy the mk802 III) can be found here. Our comparison of Unblock-US versus the previously recommended VPN setup can be found here.
The MK802 series are Mini computers the size of a USB key, that plug in to the HDMI port of your HD TV, and make it a smart TV. I’ve owned an MK802 Clone for the past 6 month, and this has become my main multimedia device at home since the day I got it.