Got an Android phone? Love Netflix (despite its new rate plans)? If you answered yes — or silently nodded your head — to both questions, then we've got some good news for you. Today Netflix added support for a number of new phones to its Android app, bringing the total number of supported handsets up to 23. Some of the high-profile devices that were added to the list include the HTC EVO 3D and the still-unreleased Motorola DROID Bionic. As for tablet support, well, that's where things get kind of barren. Right now only one Android tablet can officially make use of Netflix: the new Lenovo Ideapad Tablet K1. You can check out the full list of Netflix-supported devices below.
It's good to see Netflix continue to roll out support for more Android devices, although I'm sure many folks out there would like to see slates like the XOOM and Galaxy Tab 10.1 get in on the streaming love. There's no word on when that'll actually happen, but at least more of you can now watch Netflix on your smartphone in the mean time, right?
Thanks to @richardbrb for the tip!