How to Access Twitter on Roku Streaming Devices

How to Access Twitter on Roku Streaming Devices

Twitter is a platform for social media and microblogs. With Twitter on Roku, you can send the message that is posted is called a tweet. It has billions of users from all over the world. Roku is available as a standalone app for almost all major devices such as Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac. It was also available at the beginning on the Roku channel store under the web video category, so you can watch online videos and live streams on Twitter. You cannot write or read the tweet. Now it has been completely removed from Roku. So let’s take a look at how to use Twitter on Roku.

How to access Twitter on Roku?

You can only screen Twitter on Roku, all write tweets, scroll, and everything can be done on your phone alone. You can use this feature to watch videos and live streams on your Roku screen. Some ways to do this are

  • Using Android
  • Via iOS devices
  • Using PC

Prerequisite

Before you screen mirror Roku, check the following

  • Turn on / connect your Roku device
  • Make sure both the Casting device and the Roku device are connected to the same Wi-Fi network

Related: Instagram on Roku

Twitter on Roku via Android

1) Open Playstore on your Android device.

2) Search for Twitter in the search bar

TWITTER ON ROKU

TWITTER ON ROKU

To download

3) Download and install Twitter on your device.

4) Open Twitter on your device after it is installed

5) Now open the settings and go to the connection related menu (Connections / Other wireless connection / Device connections)

twitter channel on roku

Other wireless connections

6) Search for Cast / Multi-screen / Smart View (differs from device to device)

Multiscreen interactions

twitter channel on roku

7) Turn on the Cast / Multi-screen / Smart View switch

Switch on

twitter roku channel

8) Select your Roku device from the list

9) Now you can watch Twitter on your device screen.

Stream Twitter on Roku vis IOS

1) Open App Store on your iOS device

2) Click the Search tab and type Twitter

TWITTER ON ROKU

stream twitter on roku

To download

3) Click Get to download and install Twitter on your device.

4) Once installed, open Twitter on your iOS device

5) Now back to the App Store and search Streamer for Roku

6) Click Download to download and install on your device

7) Open Streamer for Roku on your iOS device.

ROKU ON IOS

8) Select your Roku device from the list of available devices and click connect

Connect – TWITTER ON ROKU

Connect - TWITTER ON ROKU

9) Also install the streamer channel on the Roku device manually or by clicking install on your iOS device screen, you will be prompted to the Streamer channel page in your Roku

TWITTER ON ROKU

TWITTER ON ROKU

10) After adding the streamer channel, open it to establish a connection

11) Now click on Screen Mirror in your iOS

Screen mirror

roku twitter channel

12) You will be asked to install a mirror for Roku from the app store

Mirror for Roku – TWITTER ON ROKU

To download

roku twitter channel

13) Install the app on your device

14) Press the tap to flip the icon

Tap to start mirroring

15) A warning message will appear on the screen, click Start Broadcast

16) Now you can watch Twitter on your device screen

Twitter on Roku via web browser

1) Open the browser on your device

2) Visit the official Twitter site in your browser

3) Open settings from the start menu

Settings

4) Select System Settings

System settings

5) Now select View in the left panel

6) Under display settings, select Connect to wireless display

Connect to wireless displays

7) Select your Roku device from the list of available devices

select device – TWITTER ON ROKU

roku twitter channel

8) Now you can watch Twitter on your device screen.

Related: Facebook on Roku

Conclusion

So now you can watch Twitter on your Roku device. Also, all controls on Twitter must be done from the casting device and it can be viewed from your Roku device as usual. If you have any doubts in the article, please use the above article. Use the comment section below for more Roku-related articles.

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