Netflix have launched Flixtape which lets you make mixtapes of your favourite TV shows and movies into one handy playlist – @AceTweetNews

#AceNewsDesk – July.17: Netflix introduces Flixtape which lets you make mixtapes of your favourite TV shows

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(Picture: Netflix)

With this brand new service you can collect all your favourite TV shows into one handy playlist.

Flixtape mixtapes can be made for yourself or someone else – which might help you get to the ‘Netflix and chill’ stage that little bit faster.

And they can be created to fit a mood, send a message or focus on a single theme.

For example, if rockumentaries are your thing, there’s a Flixtape for that. Into anime? There’s one for that too. Or even if you just want to watch a load of a films about cops Flixtape can sort you out.

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Netflix throw in some handy suggestions (Picture: Netflix)

Pick a witty name for your mixtape then simply edit it to include up to six shows.

When you’ve done that you can customise your mixtape cover then share your work on social media, by email or over text.

FILE - This image released by Netflix shows Kevin Spacey as Francis Underwood, left, and Robin Wright as Clair Underwood in a scene from
Netflix shows like House Of Cards can be added to your mixtape (Picture: AP)

Alternatively if you’re stuck for inspiration Netflix have helpfully made some of their own for you to choose from. had a crack at it, naming ours The Car Chases Flixtape.

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Suggestions for our Car Chases Flixtape (Picture: Netflix)

We were recommended Sense8, Top Gear and Die Hard which makes sense, although we don’t think Top Gear is quite what we were after…

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