Adorable dogs and cute cats make for adorable home videos on Roku and Chromecast.
But don’t expect to catch any furry critters roaming around the house.
The new TV-connected devices come with an array of animal-themed apps.
You’ll find the popular “Pets” app, which lets you upload your pets to Facebook, Instagram, Vine and more.
And the new “Animals” app lets you stream animal-related TV shows, movies and podcasts.
Roku’s “Play with the Animals” app has your furry friends as pets, while Apple TV and Chromecasts will have your cat, dog or bear as a part of your family.
Read on for our guide to the best Roku channels for pets.
Adorable animals make for cute home videos and adorable videos for pets are popular on Roku.
Roku users love to watch shows like “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy,” and are happy to find a variety of animated pets available on the streaming platform.
But how can you watch a show like “Sesame Street” or “The Lion King” or a movie like “Animal House” on a TV device?
Read on to find out.
Roku has launched a new feature called “Play With the Animals.”
This new feature lets you share videos, photos and videos from your Roku account with your favorite pets.
You can add the videos or photos to your feed and add the pets as friends.
Once you add a video or photo to your Roku feed, you can see what your friends are seeing on their device.
Roku offers a list of pets available to you on its home page.
You select the animal that you want to share the video or image with.
You will then be prompted to enter your name and email address.
The videos or images will be shared to your Friends feed, and you can then tag and share your pets on social media.
You don’t have to be a Roku user to share your content.
Roku is the only company that offers this feature, and it can be used with just about any type of device, including smartphones and tablets.
Roku also has a video and photo sharing app for iOS, Android and Blackberry, as well as the popular video app for Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV.
Roku owners also have a number of other streaming video and picture apps.
Roku lets you watch Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO GO and other premium video services.
The streaming TV device is also a perfect place to watch “The Catcher in the Rye” and other classics.
Roku and Amazon Fire TVs are also supported by the app.
Roku provides a number other channels, like “Vanderpump Rules,” “Animal Practice” and more, including “Kissing Buddies.”
Roku is also working on a dedicated TV-based app for the next generation of Roku TVs, called Roku Ultra.
Roku Ultra will be available later this year.