What is Roku and how does it work?

Roku allows you to watch free and paid video content on your TV via the Internet. TV and movie streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Sling TV, YouTube, and others download on to Roku devices, similar to how apps load onto a smartphone. While the majority of the content is prerecorded, services like Hulu allow a lot of content to be viewed just one day after its initial airing on television. Furthermore, apps like Sling TV enable content to be watched live as it airs.

Roku offers the following seven streaming devices. There are five set-top streaming boxes, the Roku Ultra, Roku Premiere, Roku Premire+, Roku Express, and Express+. Then there are two sticks, the Roku Streaming Stick and Roku Streaming Stick Plus.


How much does it cost to use Roku?

Roku streaming players start at just $29.99, and Roku TVs are available from a variety of TV manufacturers at affordable prices. There are no monthly fees for watching free channels or for using a Roku device. Get your roku - roku.com/link


What is the difference between Roku and Firestick?

Roku devices come in several forms: A TV with Roku Built-in, Roku streaming sticks, and roku boxes. Fire TV devices also come in the form of a Stick or TVs with Fire TV built-in.
Roku and Fire TV sticks are both media streamers that allow you to access online TV and movie content.