Roku app is a wonderful way to control a Roku set-top box, but this is mostly like a remote controller. The application formerly comprised picture and audio streaming from android devices, but now it can offer you even more. If you like watching videos right from your own Android device, then never forget to use this wonderful.
“After getting the hottest update, now Roku App lets you stream video right to the player through WiFi.”
The app now has a special room for playing videos. All the desired video content will be pulled up to your device according to its compatibility level. There is nothing to worry about because all the audiovisual files will be arranged in a specific manner. You will not have to face any difficulty in finding the desired file. One thing that you should not overlook is the format of videos which must be in accordance with your device’s decoding ability.
All you need to do is to simply pick up any video and hit play to enjoy it on the go. It is somewhat like Airplay for the Apple devices. The new updated feature is presently supported on the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC One, Nexus 4 AND Nexus 7 (2012). The application does not look to be determining the model of your device, though. The 2013 Nexus 7 also worked well with the lately added video option.
It would be clear to mentioned that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher is needed to get benefited from the fully functioning of Roku App. Furthermore, you are also required to have a Roku LT, Roku 3, Roku 2, Roku HD or Roku streaming stick. The company has announced the official roll out of the update and now it should be hitting everyone’s device.
You can also download the updated version of the app by hitting the link appearing below.