Why is the ‘Unstoppable’ Netflix app so addictive?
Unstoppable is a subscription-based service for businesses that provides users with the ability to sign up for new video subscriptions.
The service offers customers access to a large number of content, including documentaries, original programming and live-streaming events, among others.
It was launched in 2015 as a business application, but now it is available as a consumer app.
Unstvable, as the service is called, is not just an extension of Netflix, but it is a direct competitor to it.
The company is currently in the process of expanding its customer base in Europe, as it is working to gain the trust of existing users and new ones.
According to the company, the service has a user base of about 1.8 million in the United States, with about 2 million subscribing each month.
However, it is clear that Unstvable is in no way a replacement for Netflix.
According to Unstable’s website, users can now access the service as an app, which allows them to watch videos and movies that are currently available in their region.
Users can also add content to their subscription, which is similar to Netflix’s traditional subscription service.
A sign of how much the company is getting into the video streaming business, Unstability’s chief financial officer, Miki Nel, said on Twitter that the company plans to open offices in several European countries.
According the company’s website , Unstables users can access videos, films and music on their devices through a variety of applications, including Facebook, YouTube, Amazon Prime, Netflix and others.