Earlier this week, Roku officially announced new things. That includes the Voice Remote Pro, a brand new remote that features an Apple TV+ button.
Roku today unveiled the Voice Remote Pro, its newest remote that comes with a dedicated Apple TV+ button for quick access to Apple's TV app on Roku devices.
The New York Times reports that Roku and the recently discontinued Quibi have struck an agreement that will see the former purchasing the rights to the latter's original content library.
Back in September, it was confirmed that some Roku-branded streaming devices would be getting an update to support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. Now, more than a month later, that update is finally rolling out.
Apple has been expanding availability of AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to other companies for quite some time now. And now Roku-branded devices are officially part of the list.
The majority of movie theaters are still dark, and folks are still social distancing all thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. So watch parties have become popular, which means developers are building apps to make the situation a little easier.
While Vizio has been rolling out support for AirPlay 2 and HomeKit for a wide range of its TVs for quite some time now, the Apple TV app has been missing from the equation. But the company is changing that this year.
From time to time, companies make key changes to their product's user interface in an effort to make things easier. Hulu, for instance, has made such a change for Apple TV and Roku owners.
Roku is one of the most popular streaming platforms out there, and now controlling what you watch on the streaming device is easier than ever before.
The Apple TV app is now available on select Roku players ahead of the November 1 launch of the iPhone maker's original video-streaming service, dubbed Apple TV+.
An upcoming Roku OS software update for the company's media players will enable compatibility with Apple's AirPlay 2 peer-to-peer media streaming technology.
Google has confirmed that the official apps for its over-the-top YouTube TV service for Apple TV, Roku and older Smart TVs have been delayed until the first quarter of next year.