Netflix browsing can suck – ever heard of Flixable?
Tired of browsing aimlessly through the endless lists of titles on Netflix? – There is a life saver site that offers a solution to this problem and if you haven’t heard of it already, you will be forever grateful.
It’s the same every single day, you want to relax and watch a movie or a TV series after you’ve finished binge-watching the last one, and you keep browsing through the titles without being able to decide which one is the next “big thing” that will occupy some of your free time.
Without even realizing it, you’ve spent a ton of time on browsing – time we don’t have, do be quite honest – and then you get tired of it and you feel like you don’t want to watch anything anymore and turning on the news seems like the simplest thing to do at that moment.
Well, hold your horses, buddies, because there is a solution to your problem and it’s called Flixable.
Flixable is a website that contains a list of Netflix movies and TV Shows that can be filtered by IMDB rating (most of us base our decision whether a movie is good or bad solely on the IMDB rating and/or Rotten Tomatoes), release date and genre.
Each title is presented with a worthy synopsis and links to full cast, director, and genre. This sorting option is what actually gets you to what you are looking for much faster and it’s much simpler and more visually assistive than the lists given on Netflix. The site has a simple interface, everything is clear-cut, it has a “Watch on Netflix” button and it makes choosing what to watch a real breeze.
The main option that won over our hearts is the option to list the latest additions to Netflix, by sorting them by date, but also the option to list the titles that will no longer be available on Netflix in the following months. So that’s how you learn what you haven’t watched and you can take the chance to watch it before it’s gone for good. Why haven’t you watched it? Because Netflix sometimes likes to make the decision of what you should watch for you.
We can all agree that Netflix’s interface has become clutter on a stick – something similar to a hoarder’s nest – and very often we lose sight of titles we want to watch because of Netflix’s policies to push certain titles on you and you end up watching something just to watch something.
With Flixable, all this goes away. Choose your category, choose the preferred rating, choose the release date, or don’t, and then just click on “filter” and there you go, a list of titles you will most definitely want to watch.
You also have the option to choose a “time frame”, for example, movies, or TV shows, that were released between 1999 and 2018, or between 2017 and 2018 – thus getting the most recent releases.
The site really does make life simpler and it drastically cuts browsing times. Relaxing movie night just got way better. Flixable waits!