Category Archives: Roku tips

At Roku, our goal is to provide an enjoyable streaming experience for our customers, including those with visual or hearing impairments. We recently added and improved some great features to offer these customers more seamless access to streaming entertainment on…

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Happy Free Movie Friday! Every week we’re putting together the free movies to watch this weekend, no subscription or payment needed. Want to learn more about what to stream? Leave a comment below on what you’d want to read next and like Roku…

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If you’re dreading the gym tomorrow, it’s time to try a work out at home.

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One of the great things about your Roku TV or Roku streaming player is that your experience always stays fresh with automatic software updates providing new features! And because we have been adding some nifty features lately we thought we’d…

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Plex is super easy to access, setup, and use on Roku players and Roku TV, but here are a few navigation tricks to help you get around your media quickly in the channel.

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Roku Feed does the searching for you to keep you updated on your favorites. Follow movies, TV shows, actors, and directors and get automatic updates…

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While you can watch live TV with an antenna or on cable/satellite, there is also plenty of live TV available on various Roku streaming channels.

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To help you better understand what 4K and HDR mean for the world of streaming, we’re here to answer your most common questions.

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Roku search, private listening, our mobile app and more make the list of our customers’ favorite Roku features.

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A Roku device is only half of the cord cutting puzzle. The other part? The antenna.

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