In the coming months, the streaming TV platform Roku is set to add more and more services to its lineup.
In the meantime, we’ll be covering the new features and capabilities of the platform.
First, let’s look at some of the major additions Roku is bringing to the home screen and app.
Roku TV can now stream a wider range of channels than ever before, including some of TV’s top channels including ESPN, NBC, Fox and CNN.
Roku TVs can also now stream live, over-the-air (OTA) TV content such as AMC, HGTV, TNT and others.
As a result of this new capability, Roku TVs now have the ability to stream content from multiple sources, which makes it easier to find and watch content from a wide range of platforms.
This is also important because Roku TVs have been limited to watching OTA content from its own content library.
This is the Roku TV on display at CES 2016 in Las Vegas.
Roku TV has also made a number of significant changes to its app and the way it operates.
This includes the ability for Roku TVs to stream channels, apps and services from multiple locations on the device.
This feature was previously limited to the TV itself.
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Roku’s newest Roku TV models are now available in select markets in the US, including California, Nevada, Arizona, New York, Maryland, Florida, and Washington.
These models have become increasingly popular in areas with a high concentration of Roku TVs.
Roku will be launching more of these models later this year.
In addition, Roku TV now offers a variety of remote control features that have been built into the device in a way that makes them more convenient for remote control.
The Roku TV Remote app on the Roku App Store is now integrated into the Roku Home screen.
It allows users to control all Roku TV devices on the TV via the Roku remote.
A number of the Roku Remote features have been revamped in Roku TV, including a redesigned Roku Remote App, a new Home Screen, and a new menu item on the Home screen that displays the most recently accessed channels and apps.
Roku also made several updates to the Roku Web app that add new content.
While Roku’s new TV platform offers a number more services, Roku’s Home screen offers an overview of Roku TV’s major channels and applications.
It also features an improved “Live TV” feature that streams live TV content from several sources.
In this screenshot, you can see the Roku home screen in its current state, with the Roku app app on top of it.
Rokus new TV lineup will include more Roku TV products and Roku TV accessories, including Roku TVs, Roku DVRs, Roku Chromecast, Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Remote, and Roku Streaming Media Player.