Roku is a device that makes it possible to stream music, videos, and games from the internet to your TV. It is a simple streaming process. You plug in the Roku, turn on the TV and follow the prompts for setting it up. Roku was created to play Netflix movies and shows but has since expanded to include 100’s of free channels and the option to add other features such as Hulu PLus, VUDI, Redbox and many more on-demand movie channels such as Showtime Anytime, WatchESPN, HBOGo, FOXNow and more. For music lovers there is connections to Pandora, Sirius XM, Slacker, iHeart Radio, VEVO, Spotify and more. Gamers can ply Angry Birds, Video Poker, Mah Jongg Lite, Bubble Wrap, Jeopardy, Blackjack!, Solitaire, Trivia and much more. NOTE: please visit the site directly to verify the details and obtain more information.
If you are a Roku customer you will want to link your device immediately. We have provided a quick “how to” activation guide below for current customers to link the Roku streaming player to a device.
how to activate- Link to Roku Streaming Player
what you need:
- internet access
- plug in your Roku, turn on your TV and follow the prompts to set up on the TV
- have a Link Code from your TV
- personal information
what to do to link Roku player to your TV:
- visit: www.roku.com/link
- type in the code that appears on your TV into the space provided
- click on the “Submit” button
- follow any other prompts to finish the linking process