If you haven’t purchased the Roku streaming device then buy it today because here we jotted down lot of things you can do with this streaming device. If you’re already suing this device, then we no need to say anything, you’re experience is a firm proof of this device’s functionality and features.
You can stream Videos
As we know that Roku offers us several entertaining channels wherein we can watch out favorite content. (‘Channels’ is the term Roku uses for what some other streaming players utter “apps.”) They have above 2,500 channels in their public directory, which grasps the top ones for motion picture and television programming: Amazon Video, Google Play, Hulu, Netflix, HBO GO/NOW, PBS, YouTube, Lifetime, WatchESPN, WWE Network, etc. They also have channels for well-liked children’s, news, educational, comedy, fitness, food, and other categories of video content as well as niche content suppliers like ACORN TV (British series), JW Broadcasting (Christian), Crunchyroll (for anime), and Pokémon TV Note: Purchasing a Roku does not give you access to the content you can watch on it, just like purchasing a television does not give you access to cable television shows. You need to have accounts with each service that provides the content (some priceless, some paid) and/or subscribe to a cable/satellite package that gives you permission to access specific networks through the Roku. To enjoy these channels, you need to create a Roku account first, while following the steps of setup process you need enter the Roku link activation code to reach the completion of the procedure.
Your ears can catch streaming audios. As we know this famous and well-liked streaming device supports lot of music services as well, which grasps Pandora, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio, Spotify, and Sirius XM. For more info, you can step ahead to ROKU Com
There are various cost-free and paid games available to play on the Roku streaming device, including highly praise gainer ones such as Angry Birds Toons, Sudoku, and Jeopardy. Kindly note down, you may need the extra storage capacity that comes with the versions of Roku 2, 3, and 4 that holds a slot for a Micro SD card, if you want to play a lot of games
Additional Notes about Roku Channels
We’ve mentioned many premium channels a lot because that’s probably the prime reason people buy this popular streaming device. But there are also various free channels available to use with the player. Some of them are highly well-liked services like Pandora for music lovers and Facebook to view your images and videos on your television. Some are specialty channels, like Allrecipes.com and TEDTalks. There are also some channels linked with broadcast and cable networks that make parts of their programming available via Roku, like CNN, PBS, and SyFy. And there are many of non-video, audio, and games apps available including ones for social media, photo sharing, personal media serving, weather info, and shopping. For more, you can get in touch with Roku experts and you can even as for Roku help to resolve any technical trouble.
Browse via channels and you may be surprised at all the extra services you can get. There’s an Amazon Music channel where you can play all the music you have uploaded there.
How can we skip the Roku private channels, which holds iTunes Podcasts, CNN International, and NASA TV? To know more about this, you can ring up the professionals.
Mirror a Mobile Device’s Screen
Unfortunately, Roku has deleted screen mirroring from its whole 2016 line of streaming boxes. But you can get this on streaming stick. With this feature, if you have a suitable Windows PC, Android device, or Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, then you can mirror its screen on your television. Check the benefits:
• Any streaming media you can access with the help of your compatible device you can now watch on your television—for example, you can watch shows/series via broadcast and cable networks this way if there’s not a Roku- particular channel for them but they stream them on their websites or with mobile apps.
• You can see any non-streaming content from your device on your television as well. Perhaps you want to scroll via your Facebook or Twitter accounts on a big screen or access your email or browse match.com profiles—anything you’re doing on your device will display on your television.