Apple TV vs. Google Chromecast vs. Roku: What You Can Watch [Chart]

Apple TV vs. Google Chromecast vs. Roku: What You Can Watch [Chart]

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Check out this comparison chart from Marketing Land that compares what you can watch on the Apple TV versus the newly announced Google Chromecast and the Roku player.

If you have a lot of Apple devices, you might want the support Airplay offers for talking with your TV. If you’re a big music fan, there are music options I’m not covering here. In terms of major video content choices, I’d say the Roku gives the most options for the least price. Still, at $35, you’re not risking much with a Chromecast — and it can be pretty fun to have various people sitting around “flinging” YouTube videos at it.

Take a look at the chart below...

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Apple TV vs. Google Chromecast vs. Roku: What You Can Watch [Chart]
kathy - October 8, 2013 at 3:28pm
Talking about roku 3 it has netflix , Pandora, blockbuster, red box, mlb, nhl, amazon prime, hulu, too much to choose from. I have three of them. No more need for cable or dish
kathy - October 8, 2013 at 3:18pm
Roku is the way to go get rid of cable and dish save $100 or more a month. It has a lot of channels. That are free. Some are pay channels. That cost less then 5 a month.greAt for movies tv and news and sports too. Pay for what you want to watch not things you don't
Tonysplace - August 3, 2013 at 11:33pm
I was talking about the actual google tv boxes not the chromecast. They have YouTube and hopefully with update will be able to get all android apps including xbmc which has so many options to customize. Can only hope it runs smooth.
Tonysplace - August 3, 2013 at 11:42am
I have 2 atvs with xbmc. One is tethered. It freezes a lot and needs tethered reboot often. Very inconvenient. I also have a quad core android stick. Android sticks main problem is remote integration. I know google tv has been a joke but with the upcoming update to 4.2.2 jellybean on arm based systems only it will finally get ndk support so developers phone and tablet apps will work on google tv. The potential of a real android system with a remote that has touch pad, backlit qwerty keyboard and voice integration, connected through Bluetooth instead of ir could lead me to sell atv's and change to google tv. Sorry to ramble. Just thought it might be worth waiting a month if your in no hurry to see how this update works out. Not an android fanboy. I actually own pretty much all apple devices, and love them. Just can't recommend one right now untill google tv update comes along. might be a game changer.
Googay - July 27, 2013 at 8:34pm
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