The Netflix service was never meant to be a standalone video streaming service.
It’s just a subscription service that lets you access Netflix’s content via a device.
So how it actually looks like that is something of a mystery.
The company has been releasing video and photo filters for a while now, and today it has released a new one called the “Skeleton.”
It’s a pretty clever and clever-looking feature that allows you to change the colors of your photos and videos to mimic the appearance of Netflix’s streaming service as you’re watching them.
It works on any iOS or Android device, and it’s only available in select countries.
The feature is a bit of a departure from Netflix’s usual approach of adding features to videos and images, but it’s certainly a cool one that’s made for a good first look at what Netflix has up its sleeve.
Here’s a full rundown of the new feature.
The new feature comes with a “skeleton” of four different images.
As you can see, there’s one photo and two videos.
Netflix doesn’t specify which of the photos and video are the originals or which are the animations, but they’re very similar.
When you tap on one of the images, the skeleton’s four new photos will appear, and you can click on them to change their color and brightness.
You can also adjust the brightness and contrast of the original image as well as the animations of the originals.
The original images and animations are all in black and white.
The other two images are in a similar format.
There’s a dark gray background that appears to represent the Netflix logo and a lighter, more saturated color to represent a darker shadow.
The animation is a slightly darker shade of gray that shows a shadow over the Netflix logos.
The image that is the skeleton appears to have a slightly higher contrast than the other two.
Both the originals and animations also appear to be muted in contrast to the shadows and highlights that appear on the skeletons.
The animations look fairly subtle, but the shadows are slightly more saturated.
This new feature is available to new subscribers in the United States and Canada.
The skeleton can be found in the “samples” section of the Netflix app.