HDHomeRun’s Roku Channel Just Launched in The Official Roku Channel Store




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Last month, we broke the news that SiliconDust, the parent company behind the HDHomeRun, was working on a Roku Channel. In June 2019, SiliconDust officially released an HDHomeRun beta Roku Channel that you can install and test. At that time, it only worked if you added it as an unofficial Roku Channel.

This week, HDHomeRun has officially come to the Roku Channel Store to make adding the channel to your Roku player or TV easier.

This new HDHomeRun Roku Channel is still in beta. SiliconDust is still testing the app. The good news is you can now easily add it to your Roku for quick and easy access to your HDHomeRun.

Have you tested the new HDHomeRun Roku Channel? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think of the new option. Also, what devices have you tested it on? Do some devices work better than others? Let us know what your HDHomeRun experience has been like.

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