Re: What do Netflix staff do that requires all these not-brilliant stars?
Netflix is not a platform, like Amazon Fire, it is a service, like iPlayer.
So, no, there is no iPlayer available on Netflix.
Having tried, via my gf's Prime membership to occasionally find and watch something on Amazon Video, I can safely say it is garbage.
Hardly anything available for the 'Prime included' service, always offers up a price to view.
A rubbish interface, the same web page as Amazon shopping, just tripe.
No elegant Apps for lots of platforms like Netflix.
Almost no home-grown series.
I have a Netflix App in Win10 and WinPhone 10 (the same app).
It runs happily in Edge and (I think Firefox). Almost certainly Chrome (never checked).
It has an app on my kids' WinPhone 8.1 which still works just fine.
The Surface RT App (Win8.1) still works, and very nice it is too.
It even ran on the WP7.5, no longer used though.
It didn't run on my older Samsung smart TV but runs on Chromecast, fire sticks etc.
Basically Netflix wipes the floor with the other services so, as long as you are not requiring the latest movie releases (they went away from that to spend the money on making their own shows, they have a huge number of them these days) then you will be well satisfied..
I also share, quite acceptably, my login with my kids and gf, even on the cheapest service option, so it is damn good value for money too.
(Not being paid to plug Netflix...).