Google TV and Android TV devices now support the Roku Channel

We have some good news for the Google TV devices. Google TV devices now have access to The Roku Channel. It means that users will have access to tons of free movies and TV shows. Well, this is not just restricted to Google TV devices, the new channel will also be available on Android TV OS devices.

Reportedly, The Roku Channel holds a library of 80,000 free titles. Users can also find exclusive Roku Originals like WEIRD: The Al Yankovic Story, The Great American Baking Show, and Die Hart. Additionally, you have access to more than 350 free live linear television channels that broadcast news, sports, entertainment, Spanish-language program, and other programs.

Users can access The Roku Channel on Google TV or Android TV devices from the Google Play Store. The most interesting part of this new development is that it doesn’t require any sign-ups or subscriptions. The Channel can be streamed as soon as it is downloaded from the Play Store. Having said that, you can add premium subscriptions to access content from Starz, AMC Plus, MGM Plus, and other providers through The Roku Channel.

There is no information on whether this option will be available on Google and Android TV devices or not since the option is inaccessible on other smart TV platforms. According to the company, Roku has access to over 100 million users. Previously, it was only accessible on Amazon Fire TVs, Roku TVS, and Samsung TVs. Besides this, users can also access it from the website and its Android and iOS mobile app.