Now, Pluto TV has taken it to the next level with a brand new app for Roku 3. The app is also available on Roku 4, as well as the newest version of Roku 2. This makes it easier than ever to get the free TV you want right on your television.
All you have to do is go to the channel store and add the channel. Then you’ll be on your way to watching free TV. Keep up with the news on one of the many news channels, center yourself with the yoga channel, or get your Kung Fu fix with the Kung Fu movie channel. The options are virtually endless.
Pluto TV is fulfilling a need for cord cutters. Rather than having to purposefully seek out a particular program, you can turn on Pluto TV, choose a channel, and just veg out. It’s a great way to go back to using the TV for background noise as well.
What’s Next for Pluto TV?
With the addition of Roku 3 support, it’ll be interesting to see what the next move will be for Pluto TV. We’ll keep you updated!
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