Roku 4 Pro users can enjoy a new version of their favorite Roku streaming device, the Roku 4.
The new Roku 4 is now available for $39 per month with a Gold or Platinum subscription, making it one of the most affordable streaming devices on the market.
This includes Roku 4 owners who previously subscribed to the Roku Streaming Stick service and now can also use Roku 4 as a Roku Streaming Device, Roku Streaming App, and Roku Streaming Remote.
The Roku 4 Premium package includes all of the above, plus more.
Roku 4 Plus users will still be able to upgrade to the $39 Plus package.
Roku Streaming app and Roku Remote are free.
Roku streaming devices with Gold subscriptions will be upgraded to the new Roku Streaming device.
Roku is offering a limited number of free apps for the Roku streaming stick as well.
Roku users can also upgrade to Roku 4 for a one-time fee of $29.99.
Roku has also announced the Roku U. For those of you who have a Roku 4, you’ll have to pay the same monthly subscription fee as Roku users in order to get access to premium streaming services like HBO GO and Amazon Prime Video.
Roku TV has the same free upgrade offer, though you will need to pay for the service once it launches.
Roku will offer the Roku 3, Roku 3 Plus, and 4 as part of the new subscription package.
All three Roku streaming sticks will be supported.
Roku 3 and Roku 3+, with the new U and U+ models, will be released in the first half of 2020.
Roku U+ will be available for an additional $39, and the Roku 5 will be $59.
Roku 5 and Roku 5+, with upgraded models, are also available for additional $29, and $49 respectively.
Roku Roku Streaming stick users will be able also upgrade their devices to the newer Roku Streaming sticks in the future.
Roku also has a Roku streaming app that lets you stream music, movies, and TV shows from your phone, tablet, or laptop to the device, though that service is only available for select partners.
Roku’s streaming app is also available to Apple TV, Apple TV 2, Roku TV, and Android TV devices, as well as the Roku Ultra.
Roku Ultra owners can also stream to Roku streaming boxes from within the app.
Roku apps are available for Apple TV 3, Apple TVs 4, Roku 4s, Roku Ultra, and Samsung Smart TVs.
Roku players are also supported by Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS X, and Linux.
The official Roku app is available in the US and Canada, and in Europe, Russia, and Asia Pacific.
Roku doesn’t have an Android app yet.
Roku streams in 4K and HDR.
Roku supports streaming of 1080p content from Apple TV.
Roku now has a “One Key” program, which gives you access to Roku for $20 a month for the first six months.
The One Key program is an exclusive promotional offer for Roku customers.
Roku customers can also purchase one-day shipping on all new orders from Roku.
Roku offers a range of devices that are optimized for TV watching.
Roku Streamer, Roku X, Roku Channel, Roku Play, and more.
Some Roku devices also have 4K support, and some offer HDR support.
Roku recently announced the addition of a Roku 3+ remote for $49, and a Roku Plus remote for a discounted price of $99.
The latest Roku streaming players are available to stream on select platforms including Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Amazon Fire Stick XL, Fire TVs, and Fire TV 3.
Roku TVs are available in 32-bit, 64-bit and 128-bit versions, and there are also some new Roku streaming box models like the Roku X4 and Roku X8.
Roku X5 Roku TV Roku streaming apps are also now available to iOS and Android devices.
Roku Plus is also now sold in 32 and 64-bits, as Roku X and Roku Plus are available as standalone devices.
For more information on Roku streaming, check out our Roku Streaming FAQ.