Flixable Helps You Find the Best Movies and TV shows on Netflix.
So, you sit down for a movie night, open up Netflix and start looking for what to watch. And you keep looking. Scroll down and down until you reach a point where you don’t want to watch anything else.
Netflix has become the modern version of opening the refrigerator for no reason. And although one of the reasons for this is to have a lot to choose from. I will also blame Netflix for having a hard time finding material to watch.
According to a recent report from Hub Entertainment Research , viewers are not looking for movies on Netflix. They go to Amazon Prime for movies and Hulu for TV shows. And it makes sense, lately Netlix seems to be focusing on making more and more original Netflix shows , rather than licensing popular movies and shows that were used at first launch.
Plus, the recommendations on the Netflix homepage are based on an algorithm that offers you suggestions based on your browsing history, which means there’s a good chance of missing out on those few good titles that Netflix has.
Enter Flixable, the search engine for Netflix.
The site does two things really well.
1. It makes it easier to find new TV shows and movies on Netflix.
You can narrow your search for movies and TV shows on Netflix by genre, IMDb rating, and release year. For example, these days I don’t have as much time to watch Netflix as I used to when I was in college. So when I sit in a movie night, I use Flixable to find movies released after 2010 with an IMDB 7+ rating.
2. It keeps a detailed log of what has been added and removed from Netflix.
By clicking on the “Exit” option in the top menu, you will see titles that will soon be leaving the platform, and a “popular” section, which shows the most popular shows and films of the day, week and month.
Overall, the site is clean, simple and user-friendly. It will also make you realize how cluttered the Netflix interface is. Best of all, it is perfectly mobile-friendly for viewing from your phone.