Official Roku App for Windows 8.1 is Now Available

By: Radu Tyrsina
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The wait is finally over and you can now go ahead and follow the download link at the end of this article to get the official Roku app on your Windows 8.1 devices. Let’s have a look at its features.
roku app windows 8
The official Roku app for Windows 8.1 allows Roku users to control their Roku player over their home network. So, if you have a Roku player around, you can now use the app to get more controls. Here are its most important features:

Roku lands on the Windows 8 Store

  • Automatically detect all Roku players on the local network
  • View installed Roku channels and launch the channel with a tap
  • Control your Roku player with an on-screen remote control

So, by using Roku on your Windows 8 device, you can transform it into a remote control to get better access to your channels. Go ahead and download it and let us know what you think of it.

Download Roku app for Windows 8 

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