About FeedFliks

FeedFliks is a useful service for Netflixers who are curious about how they are using their Netflix membership. Just connect to FeedFliks via your Netflix account and in under a minute you’ll start to see lots of useful stats and graphs about your usage and will tell you if you’re getting your money’s worth out of Netflix or if you should see more movies. You’ll also get to see your entire rental history, how often you tend to keep titles at home as well as a cost/movie for your usage patterns.

To help you see move movies (which is after all the point of a Netflix subcription), you can sign up for Alerts at FeedFliks and tell us to email you whenever you’ve had titles for longer than a time period you specify – say a week, for example.

The best part of FeedFliks is that there is zero – and we mean *zero* – effort required on your part. Just jump on in and you never need to do a thing to get updated stats and graphs and cool comparisons and visualizations. Questions? Hit us up at


3 responses to “About FeedFliks

  1. Tai Nagasawa

    August 30, 2009 at 9:50 pm

    I have linked two profiles. One of them, Kate’s data is wildly inaccurate, as follows: (1) Kate is a sub-account of mine and cannot access Instant streaming except through my account, yet your data says she watched 8 movies per month while I watched 6 per month. Impossible. (2) Kate has rented no more than 250 DVDs according to the Netflix website data, but your data says she has rented 1368 movies, which is several hundred movies more than I rented – 1202 movies. Again, impossible. (3) I know that at one point, Netflix had inaccurate data on Kate’s rental history, so I called their CS and got it fixed. Question: How do I go about correcting these inaccurate data? Is there a way to delete my account completely so I can start from scratch?

  2. beeswax

    March 18, 2010 at 9:11 am

    I’m having a similar issue to Tai’s (previous post). I have my three profiles linked here, and you are telling me that one of my sub-accounts has been streaming titles. As Tai’s unanswered post says, that’s not possible.

    Aside from the doubts it gives me about the accuracy of your statistics, it also gives me pause about relying on you for your other services at a time when I am “shopping around” for replacements to some of the features Netflix has abandoned or will soon be phasing out (according to their latest blog posting).

    Any response for me or Tai?

  3. Mike Chapman

    June 21, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    Netflix Removing DVD-Related Features from Netflix Open API

    DVD management will no longer be availalbe on third-party apps (including Instant Watcher??)


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