Are you tired of being limited to streaming Netflix only when you have an internet connection? With Netflix’s download feature, you can now enjoy your favorite movies and TV shows offline, anytime and anywhere. Whether you’re on a long flight, a road trip, or simply in an area with poor internet connectivity, downloading Netflix content allows you to keep the entertainment going.

In this guide, we’ll walk you through the devices that support downloads, how to find and download titles, download limits, and tips to make the most of this convenient feature. Get ready to take your Netflix experience to the next level!

Devices that support Netflix downloads:

  • Android phone or tablet
  • iPhone or iPad
  • Windows 10 or 11 computer (only on ad-free plans)
  • Amazon Fire tablet
  • Google Chromebook (with Google Play Store installed)

How to find and download content:

  1. Open the Netflix app
  2. Browse downloadable titles:
    • On mobile devices: Tap “My Netflix” > “Downloads” > “See What You Can Download”
    • On Windows: Click “More” > “My Downloads” > “Find Something to Download”
    • On Chromebook: Click “Downloads” > “Find More to Download”
  3. Select a movie or TV show
  4. For movies, click the “Download” button
  5. For TV shows, click the download button next to each episode you want

Download limits:

  • Ad-free plans: Up to 100 active downloads per device
  • Ad-supported plans: Up to 15 downloads per device per billing cycle


  • Use Wi-Fi to save on data usage while downloading
  • Stay signed in to your Netflix account to access downloads offline
  • If you cancel your account, downloads will be deleted
  • If you restart your membership, you’ll need to re-download the content

To watch downloaded titles:

  1. Open the Netflix app
  2. Go to the downloads page:
    • On mobile devices: Tap “My Netflix” > “Downloads”
    • On Windows: Click “More” > “My Downloads”
    • On Chromebook: Click “Downloads”
  3. Find the title you want to watch and click “Play”