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Roku's iOS app updated with user video streaming

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Roku introduced the "Play on Roku" feature to broadcast still images and music from mobile devices to its set-top box late last year, and now it's iOS app has added video support to the mix. Currently available only for user-recorded videos it's no AirPlay-replacement, but in the crowded media streamer market any extra functionality is welcome. As is the case with many recently introduced features on the platform, you'll need some of Roku's second gen or newer hardware to take advantage, but if you're properly equipped then just grab the update at the link below.

Update: The Roku blog post also notes a 5.1 update is rolling out to those newer players that adds support for the FLAC and WAV audio formats.

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