Netflix Freak adds profile support, more

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The Little App Factory has released Netflix Freak 2.0, a major upgrade to the Mac OS X application to help Netflix subscribers manage their queues. Netflix is a mail-order DVD rental service. New features in the 2.0 release include support for Netflix Profiles, a relatively new feature of the service that lets subscribers set up separate queues for each member of their household.

Netflix Freak lets you work with your queues in ways you can't using a Web browser, such as being able to drag and drop titles to rearrange your queue. Also new in this release is an integrated Netflix login -- previously you had to use Safari first. Netflix Freak 2.0 also sports better performance, and supports Apple's Keychain utility. Netflix Freak is released as a 30-day trial; it costs US$15 to register. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.2.6 or later.

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