Streaming video content to your phone is great, but it can be frustrating if you can't find the content you want in the first place. This is the number one problem with online video on smartphones, because the displays are small, and only so much information can be displayed. Even YouTube's app can be a bit messy on an Android device.
Netflix has some history in designing interfaces, however, the service is now available via an app on so many different devices with so many different types of displays. In order to accommodate for smartphones, Netflix has designed a vertically oriented interface that offers four different tabs.
By default, your Recently Watched content will be the first thing you see. Your mileage with this will depend on the type of content you watch. If you enjoy TV shows, this is great, because you're likely watching a few TV shows repeatedly and they will likely be at the top of your Recently Watched list. If you're into movies, however, it's not of much use.
Scroll down, and you'll find categories of Netflix recommendations tailored to your watching habits, as is common on all Netflix interfaces. As on any other Netflix enabled device, the accuracy of these recommendations is questionable, but they often present at least a few interesting options. The other tabs also open familiar Netflix options, such as the ability to search for titles by category or by name.
One major gripe with the Netflix interface is the lack of support for horizontal viewing. This even includes the virtual keyboard. Want to hold your phone width-wise to access the wider keyboard while trying to search for a title? Too bad. You can't. This is particularly confusing because videos are, of course, viewed with the phone held width-wise, so you have to switch the phone's orientation every time you switch between watching content and finding content.