Roku is continually improving their services by adding content providers to their devices. This is a big addition if you’re a Prime Video subscriber!
When we reviewed the Roku Streaming Stick+, an essential device if you’re a cord cutter and desire 4K, we were a bit disappointed that Prime Video wasn’t included in the thousands of available channels on the Streaming Stick+. In a few short months, Roku’s now added that channel to its already massive lineup of content providers.
If you have a Roku product:
Roku users will be able to access Prime Video by selecting it from the Roku Channel store found on their TV home screen. Prime Video is available for Roku 2 (except for models 2720x and 27020EU), Roku 3 (except for model 4230x), Roku Express, Roku Express+, Roku Streaming Stick (except for models 3400x, 3500x and 3500EU), Roku Streaming Stick+, Roku Premiere, Roku Premiere+ and Roku Ultra as well as Roku TVs.
This is exciting because, for one, Amazon is releasing new seasons of The Man in the High Castle, Lore, Homecoming, and more.
I’ve been catching up on Lore and Man in the High Castle and this is a fantastic addition for Roku, who I find to be a leader in streaming content – and now I can watch Prime Video in 4K. What else do I need?