Roku’s latest update is making free live TV even easier to stream

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Roku’s live TV app displayed on the home screen in Roku OS 10.5. | Roku

Roku is making finding stuff to watch more of a breeze by expanding voice command support and making it easier to watch free live TV.

With the Roku OS 10.5 update, Roku users will be able to access the live TV guide — which now boasts more than 200 channels to stream for free — faster by pinning it to their home screens alongside their other apps and channels. After updating, users just need to search for “Live TV on The Roku Channel” and will be able to install it as they would any other app or streaming service.

Additionally, for those who navigate the Roku experience using voice commands, Roku says its voice command support extends to “nearly any channel” in search. That includes Spotify and Netflix as well, two previously notable...

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