Roku is a quite popular online media player (or streaming player). It also offers a smart TV and a streaming stick (like Amazon’s Firestick) to make it possible for you to access multiple services on your TV.
You can watch the free channels available or opt for the premium ones offered.
In addition to all the channels available, Roku announced that the Apple TV app is finally available as a channel on its platform.
Ahead of Apple TV+ service, Roku promises to make it available in the new Apple channel on November 1, 2019.
With the addition of the Apple TV app, the Roku platform becomes an essential service for your streaming requirement. Also, this will let you use your Apple ID and password to log in to some of the existing subscriptions of HBO, STARZ, SHOWTIME, and more.
You can add the Apple TV app as a channel right now on Roku and get started streaming your iTunes video library. If you need the Apple TV+ subscription, you can directly get it for $4.99 per month on your Roku devices with a 7-day free trial.
In case you are wondering, most of the Roku devices should support the Apple TV app. However, just to be sure, you can check out the official list of supported devices for the Apple TV app.