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    Roku 3 to get YouTube Channel

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    1. #1
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      Apparently it was a performance issue with Roku 2 and why there isn't an official YouTube channel. Supposedly the new chip in version 3 should be able to get it, but if that's the case, why wasn't a YouTube app packaged with the new one?

      While the company isnít giving any update, I think that based on the new A9 chip inside the Roku 3, an official YouTube channel could come to the Roku 3 shortly.
      A9 Chip Inside The Roku 3 May Finally Allow For An Official YouTube Channel - Dan Rayburn -

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      Here I thought it was a done deal from your post title.

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      I declare shenanigans.

      Roku had YouTube until Google complained. There is a channel right now that does YouTube on Roku, VideoBuzz.


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