PRLog - Aug. 23, 2011 - SPOKANE, Wash. -- If you’ve talked to a Netflix subscriber recently you’ve probably heard how much they enjoy having tens of thousands of titles they can stream to their TV anytime they want. But if they have children they probably also told you how nice it would be if they could create different watch lists for each member of their family. When everyone puts what they want to watch into the same queue two things happen. First you end up scrolling through a lot of titles you’re not interested in; just to find the one you want. And second, if you have young children, there can be quite a few titles in there that you don’t want your younger children clicking on by accident. Do you really want your four year old watching those titles your teenage horror film aficionado put in there?
MuliQs allows individual instant watch queues
MultiQs fixes all that. With MultiQs, each member of your family creates their own queue that contains their individual watch list. In addition, each queue can be password protected for privacy, and parents can set up content filters for their children’s queues, assuring their children only browse and choose appropriate titles.
“Netflix subscribers have long requested the ability to have separate instant watch queues” says Scott Chaney, president of MultiQs.com. “MultiQs fits that bill perfectly and provides even more features to supercharge the Netflix experience,”
If you only watch Netflix on your computer then MultiQs stands alone, automatically launching those titles you want to watch. There is also a MultiQs channel for Roku.
In addition, the MultiQs mobile web app brings this functionality to your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and most internet enabled smartphones. What’s even cooler is you can also use your smartphone as a remote to provide MutliQs functionality on any Netflix device.
It works like this. You sit on your couch, crank up Netflix, visit MultiQs on your smartphone, select the movie you want to watch, and within seconds it appears at the top of your Netflix queue where you can easily click to play it. It will automatically be removed from the queue a half hour later leaving your Netflix queue as it was.
“We hope to have MultiQs running natively on all Netflix enabled devices in the future” says Chaney, “but until then, this process works well to allow folks to use MultiQs on devices other than their computer and Roku.”
MultiQs is also designed for those who just want to organize their Netflix instant watch queue. Instead of creating separate watch lists for family members, they just create multiple queues, one for each category they want. For example, “Feel good movies”, “Romantic comedies”, "Family night movies”, etc…
With its multiple queues, unique categories, HD browser and other features, MultiQs enhances the Netflix experience for those with families or those looking to organize their instant watch queue. For more information, visit their website at http://MultiQs.com.
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MultiQs.com provides multiple instant watch queues and more for Netflix subscribers. It is located in Nine Mile Falls Washington.