Innovative, intuitive, and not constrained to serving the interests of an ecosystem, Roku’s streaming boxes are the streamers of choice for many.
The (previous model) Roku 3 won Lifehacker’s Best Streaming Box Vote.
- Roku Brings Screen Mirroring to Select Windows 8.1 and Android Devices
- Roku Brings Its Awesome Universal Search to Android and iOS
- Last week, Showtime jumped on the HBO Now bandwagon and started offering standalone Showtime on Apple devices. We were promised more platforms would be announced soon. So here are a few more: You can get it on Roku and Playstation Vue, too. $11 per month. No cable. Ring the alarum bell!
- Future Roku Devices Will Stream Netflix in 4K
- Roku Now Has Google Play, Is Pretty Much Unstoppable
- It Looks Like Roku’s Getting Mirroring Powers Soon (Updated)
- Meet Roku TV: The TV Set With Your Favorite Streaming Platform Inside
- You Can (Probably) Root Your Roku, but You Can’t Do Much Yet
- Roku’s remote control app is now available for Windows Phones and tablets.
- The National Football League has announced that its new digital network, NFL Now—which launches August— will be available on Amazon Fire devices and Roku as well as iOS, Android and Windows.
- At long last, Roku finally is getting a YouTube app. That closes one of the few streaming holes it had left, and only goes further to make it more important than ever.
- Today a software update is being rolled out to Roku 3 players that adds support for its universal search feature to the iOS and Android apps. This feature allows users to hunt for any actor, TV show, or movie and find it on all of the streaming services that carry it, right from the mobile app.
- Roku’s New HDMI Streaming Stick: $50 and More Than 1,000 Channels
- Roku Is Making an Actual TV
- The YouTube app is now available on Roku 3, and it features full HD streaming and a send to TV feature from your phone. Might we suggest this Beyonce video as a candidate for the first thing you watch?
- Roku just added more live programming options to its set-top box. Cable customers can now view WatchESPN and three different Watch Disney channels, with both live and on-demand content.
- You Can Now Stream Video From Android to Roku
- Roku’s updated iOS app now lets you stream video directly from your iPhone to its set-top boxes. Which is neat.
- Good news Roku users: you can now access Time Warner Cable at no extra cost—if you’re already a subscriber, that is.
- A Time Warner Tie-In Just Turned Your Roku Into a Full-On Cable Box
- There’s a Bunch of New Stuff To Watch on Your Roku!
- A Spotify Channel is now available on Roku 2 and Roku Streaming Stick. It’ll show up soon on Roku HD and Roku LT.