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Is there anyone who knows about how to get Google on your Roku. I have no idea about that how to do that. if anyone knows then help me.
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One of the top methods for streaming content to your TV is with a Roku device. But what if you want to use your Roku for more than just watching TV? What if you want to browse the internet and arrange your photos?
What you require is Roku connection to Google services. Additionally, we describe how to install Google on Roku in this article. Such as Google Search, Google Photos, or even Google Play Movies & TV.
It should come as no surprise to hear that Google Play Movies and TV has an actual Roku channel that you can install and use given that Roku devices enable all of the main streaming platforms.
You must link the Google Play Movies app with your Google account by going to play.google.com/roku after you have installed it on your Roku device. Throughout the sign-up procedure, you will also be asked for a payment method, though you won't be billed until after you place an order.
There are some geo-restrictions, according to Google's official support page. Theoretically, the app is only available to residents of the following countries: Canada, Germany, the Republic of Ireland, the United States, and also the United Kingdom.
I live in Mexico and also can download and access the app on my Roku, but it's unclear how reliable the info is. Just be aware that unsupported nations can experience difficulties.
Unfortunately, there isn't a Google Play Music app for Roku devices. You can come to your own conclusions regarding Google's explanation.
Using the Nowhere Music private Roku channel or even a third-party Plex plug-in were the two previous options for listening to Google Play Music on your Roku device. Unfortunately, both projects' work has come to an end.
This leaves you with only one choice: casting Google Play Music from just an Android device or a Windows computer right to your Roku player. iOS devices are not enabled by Roku sticks since they utilize Miracast technology.
For many reasons, it's an unpleasant solution, yet it works. Just keep in mind that you'll need to use your phone or computer to directly control the playback instead of the Roku TV controller.
If you use an Android device, adhere to the following instructions to stream Google Play Music on a Roku:
Or, if you're using Windows, adhere to these instructions: