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    With what certainly is worthy of a "finally!!!", you can now use your voice via Amazon Alexa to control any of your Roku devices.
    Roku today announced that at long last — finally, even! — that its TVs and Roku Players now are officially Alexa-enabled. That's been a major miss for Roku in recent years as it's grown in popularity. Now? All you need is to hook up the Alexa Skill.
    So what can you do with your Roku via Alexa? You can launch a channel, play and pause shows, or search for various content across the Roku ecosystem. You also can mute your TV, change inputs and even change channels if you've got an over-the-air antenna hooked up to a Roku TV.

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    03-05-2019 08:11 AM

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