Is your Roku remote not working? It could be one of a number of different problems, some of which are simple, and others which are more complex. In this article we’ll help you troubleshoot why your Roku remote has stopped working, and hopefully get your Roku remote working again. 1. Check Your Roku Remote Batteries
Roku has added five new channels to The Roku Channel. All of which offer free content to Roku owners. The channels add sports coverage, local and national news coverage, award-winning journalism, investigative reports, and comedy specials. In 2017, Roku unveiled The Roku Channel. This added a free, ad-supported channel to Roku devices. The Roku Channel
If you own an Amazon Echo device and a Roku device, then this is your lucky day. Because, thanks to the new Roku skill for Alexa, you can now control your Roku using your Amazon Echo. Which should make it even easier to waste away on your couch all weekend. Streaming devices are growing in
Roku is adding Premium Subscriptions to The Roku Channel. This means that alongside a wide range of free, ad-supported content, you’ll be able to watch premium subscription channels including Showtime, Starz, and Epix. However, these won’t be free. Unfortunately. For the uninitiated, The Roku Channel is a free channel full of movies and TV shows.
Roku has launched two new devices, and they both provide 4K streaming for those on a budget. The Premiere and Premiere+ are tiny streaming players that boast both 4K and HDR capabilities. Which means you can finally take advantage of your new 4K TV. Roku Launches Even More New Hardware This time last year Roku
Roku is moving beyond its own platform by launching The Roku Channel on the web. This means you no longer need to own a Roku device to watch Roku’s free, ad-supported movie channel. Instead, you just need a web browser pointed at TheRokuChannel.com. In October 2017, Roku launched The Roku Channel, a free channel packed