If you’re tired of paying high cable bills, fuboTV may be just the solution for you. fuboTV is an alternative to traditional cable networks, giving you access to live TV without a contract.
This means you can watch your sports and stay up to date on all your favorite shows without getting locked into a cable contract. fuboTV is compatible with a wide variety of devices, including Roku.
Here are the basics of what you need to know about how to watch fuboTV on Roku devices.
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What is fuboTV?
fuboTV is another way for you to access your favorite shows, sports, and news live without a long-term commitment with a cable provider. All you need is a no-contract subscription, reliable Internet, and a compatible device.
Subscriptions start at $64.99 per month, with a 7-day free trial. The most basic channel package with fuboTV includes over 100+ live channels ensuring there’s something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
Unlike other services that offer live TV, fuboTV is sports-centric, offering access to sports networks like FS1, NBCSN, NBA TV, NFL Network, and more. However, the service also offers plenty of news and entertainment channels. In addition to plenty of channels, with fuboTV, you’ll also get a free cloud DVR to record live TV and the ability to watch on two devices at the same time.
What Can I Watch on fuboTV?
So what exactly can you watch on fuboTV? There’s something for everyone! fuboTV’s channel list varies depending on where you live since fuboTV aims to give you access to local channels. Therefore, you’ll want to check to make sure the channel you want is offered when you sign up.
Popular channels that come with the standard package include channels like FOX News, AMC, Bravo, Food Network, E!, MTV, History, and many more. fuboTV also has add-ons for SHOWTIME premiere channels as well as a sports add-on that gives you an additional 20 sports channels.
How to Watch fuboTV on Roku Devices
fuboTV is compatible with Roku devices that can still receive OS updates from Roku. However, Roku model 3600X or lower only have limited functionality (no autoplay or background video), whereas Model 3700X or newer have full support. Here’s how to watch fuboTV on Roku devices:
- Sign up for fuboTV’s 7-day free trial. You’ll need to initially sign up on a computer or mobile device as you cannot sign up directly through Roku.
- Go to the Roku Home Screen and select Search. In the search look for the fuboTV app.
- Select the fuboTV from the results and then choose ‘add channel.’ This will download and install the fuboTV app. Choose ‘Ok’ once the installation is complete.
- To access the channel you can either directly choose ‘go to channel’ or you can go back to the home screen and open the fuboTV app.
Once you open the fuboTV app, you’ll need to sign in to your fuboTV account. After you are signed in you’ll be able to start watching live TV.
Can I Stream fuboTV in Other Ways?
fuboTV is compatible with many different devices, not just Roku devices. You can watch fuboTV using computer browsers (Chrome, Firefox, and Safari), as well as streaming devices and Smart TVs.
You can even watch on your Android or iOS devices too! You just want to make sure that your device has the compatible operating system to get the most out of your fuboTV experience.
Watching live TV on Roku is as easy as can be with fuboTV. Signing up for a free 7-day trial is quick and easy. Then all you have to do is download and install the fuboTV app on your Roku device and you’re ready to start watching.
We hope this answers all your questions about how to watch fuboTV on Roku devices. If you still have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comment section below!
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