Google is adding the Roku Channel app to its Chromecast streaming devices and iOS devices, bringing the device-to-device video streaming platform to a number of devices from the company’s other streaming devices.
The app is already available on Roku’s iOS, Chromebox, AppleTV and Amazon Fire TV devices, but now the company is adding it to Android devices.
Google also released a new Chrome extension to add the Roku app to Android TVs, which can be installed with a single click.
The Roku Channel’s main purpose is to offer content from the likes of Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and HBO Go.
Roku’s Android TV app is also available on the Google Play Store, and the company also announced that it will add the Channel to the Roku Store for $5.99.
Roku Channel users can start watching on Android devices with a Chromecast or a Chromebook connected via HDMI.
Roku also announced a few new devices in the past week, including the Roku Mini, Roku S3, Roku X, Roku Streaming Stick and Roku Mini+ TVs.
The new Roku app lets users access content from Hulu, Google TV, YouTube, YouTube Red, HBO Go, Netflix and HBO GO.
For more, check out the Verge’s Roku channel guide.