Netflix is offering an experimental new service that lets you erase your history of watching movies.
The service was announced Tuesday as part of a broader effort to get users back into the habit of watching films.
As part of the new program, Netflix is also offering a special version of the Netflix History app for iPhone and iPad, allowing you to delete all your history from Netflix and its partners.
The new feature is only available in the U.S. and Canada.
Users will have to sign in with their Netflix account and provide a username and password.
In the past, Netflix has offered a way to view movies on any device.
For instance, if you purchased a copy of the movie Netflix made in the past through a subscription, you could browse through your past history to find out which films were made available through the subscription.
However, this feature has been somewhat limited in its ability to help people save their favorite movies.
For example, you might only be able to watch a single movie per month.
With the new Netflix History service, however, Netflix says users can access all of their movies on one device.
The app also offers a search box to search for movies, TV shows, and TV shows from the past year.
The search box also includes information on the availability of films on Netflix.
While you can use the new app to watch films on your iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to sign into your Netflix account for it to work.
You can also create a new account for Netflix to keep the service alive and offer the new feature.
The service also lets you search the Netflix library by genre, which includes films from all genres, including drama, comedy, and horror.
Netflix also has a separate section for movies and TV series from the 1980s and 1990s.
There’s also a new feature for Netflix subscribers that lets them see which shows are available on Netflix in their country.
Users will also be able use their new account to download the Netflix App and watch the original shows and movies.
The feature was originally announced in the summer of 2015 as part a broader push to get people back into watching movies on their mobile devices.
This includes a feature called Netflix Watch, which lets you watch movies on your smartphone, iPad, and iPod touch in a single window.