The Verge’s Kevin Systrom has put together a detailed list of the best streaming TV services, comparing the best offerings in each of the major categories.
With a list like this, it’s easy to see why people might be tempted to get into streaming TV, especially with the new Amazon Prime Video service coming in the coming months.
It’ll likely take some time before the streaming TV experience gets any better, but if you’re already invested in the services you already use, you might as well try them out for yourself.
The Roku Streaming Stick: Roku is making a big splash in the streaming world with the Roku Streaming stick.
It offers a few different ways to watch TV, including live streaming, an antenna-equipped box that streams to a smartphone, and even Roku TV, which can be controlled from a remote.
But it’s the antenna-enabled box that sets it apart.
While the box itself is small and cheap, it does have an antenna, so you can hook up to an antenna and watch any TV you like.
And if you can’t figure out how to connect to an external antenna, Roku offers a $20 Roku Remote app that lets you hook up an antenna to the remote and listen to any TV that you like, as long as you don’t stream it to your TV.
For $20, you can have the Roku stick on your television for as long it lasts.
Netflix: Netflix’s streaming TV app is a bit more complicated than its streaming box counterparts, but it’s still a great way to watch Netflix shows.
You can pick the best episodes from Netflix to stream for free, but the app is still a good way to catch up on the shows you’re interested in, since it can easily track what you’re watching and automatically rewind when you leave a show.
The app also has a full list of available shows, so if you want to find a particular show you like before it airs, it’ll show you the latest episode in your queue.
You’ll also get access to a curated library of shows that you can search through and browse through.
Netflix is also the only streaming TV platform that doesn’t require you to purchase a subscription.
This is a great feature for people who want to stream Netflix without having to sign up for a monthly plan or pay a lot of money for a cable package.
The only drawback is that Netflix only offers its streaming service in the US and Canada, which means you can only get the content on the company’s US-based streaming services, but you can also access other international Netflix catalogs.
Hulu Plus: Hulu Plus is a popular app that allows you to watch all of Hulu Plus content from around the world and is available on a number of platforms.
It’s one of the few streaming services that’s compatible with Roku, which makes it the only one that’s a good fit for Roku TV.
Hulu is also compatible with the Amazon Fire TV Stick, which is a better streaming box, but Hulu Plus can be used with the Fire TV box.
The best way to access Hulu Plus on Roku is through the Roku app.
Hulu also has an antenna.
You don’t have to buy a separate antenna, but there are several antennas that can be set up in your home to stream content to your Roku.
You might also like to use a Roku remote for watching Hulu Plus shows, since you can control your TV using the remote.
Netflix Plus: Netflix Plus is another streaming service that’s really easy to set up and use, since there are so many options.
You just need to create a profile on Netflix and you can watch from any TV in your house or in your apartment, all in one place.
The most popular app is the Roku Plus app, which will show you how many people in your household are watching Netflix and give you suggestions for shows to watch.
Netflix offers a list of supported devices, so for example, if you live in the United States and you want your TV to stream to your smartphone, you could set up a Roku Plus remote and use your phone to control the remote to watch Hulu Plus.
The downside is that there’s a lot to do before you’re ready to stream, since the app can only show you a list when you’re actually streaming.
HBO Now: HBO Now is a fantastic option for anyone who likes to watch a lot and who wants a streaming TV box, since HBO delivers content at a decent price.
The service has its own antenna, meaning you can pick it up and stream content at home, but a Roku Remote will let you access HBO Now content on your TV, and the app also lets you add HBO Now apps to your device.
You also get a curated list of shows and recommendations, which you can browse through on your Roku or the app.
You should also check out the Hulu app, since they have an updated interface that’s more streamlined.
Netflix Now: Netflix Now lets you watch a full catalog of shows from HBO