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Twonky

TwonkyRokuGuide Quick Look: Twonky lets you view Internet videos (yes, YouTube included) on your Roku-connected TV using a WiFi-connected mobile device on the same WiFi network as your Roku player. In addition to installing the Twonky channel on your Roku, you will need to install the Twonky Beam app on your iOS or Android tablet or smartphone (visit the app store on your device).

After installing the Roku channel and the Twonky Beam app, open the app on your mobile device. The app will give you a list of video sources, including YouTube, Vimeo, TED Talks, and many others. When you select a video source, that source's mobile website will open within the app. If a video is able to be streamed to your Roku, a beaming icon will be displayed over the video. You will have the option of immediately streaming the video or adding to your queue.
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-- Information is current as of April 19, 2013

Developer's Channel Description: Use your tablet or phone to beam videos, photos, and music to your TV. Works in conjunction with the Twonky Beam mobile app to enable media content to be beamed from the web, local DLNA servers, or device storage.

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CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Internet TV

DEVELOPER: PacketVideo

FEES: None

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