That sounds promising, and was seconded by analyst Dan Rayburn who stated, "It's a natural progression for Netflix to want to have some of their content available for consumers to watch offline, and we've been hearing for months now that they are in fact going to roll something out soon."
However, when reached for comment, Netflix declined to expand on the possibility of offline capability. Still, the move wouldn't be surprising given that Amazon and Comcast offer similar services. Of course, in the case of Netflix, offline mode would most likely be limited to Netflix originals for a while, as studios would have to OK the process before allowing users to access their content in this way.
But hey, that still means more OITNB more of the time. And that's a good thing.