So you bought yourself a Roku TV and wanted to stream something on it from your iPhone.
But, there’s a catch.
iPhone screen mirroring on TV isn’t that simple without an Apple TV.
Don’t get me wrong. I love Apple and Apple products as much as the next guy, but Apple’s compatibility with non-Apple products has always been poor.
It’s something that we just have to deal with. What you need is a workaround.
How To Mirror iPhone to Roku
So let’s dive right in. Here’s what you need to mirror iPhone to Roku.
What you Need
Firstly, you need to have these devices with you in order for it to work.
iPhone or iPad
With these 5 simple & easy steps, you can mirror photos, videos and music from iPhone to Roku.
1. Download the Mirror for Roku App
Head over to the Apple App Store and download this app for Roku screen mirroring by iStreamer.
2. Connect the App to Your TV
Connecting to your TV is simple. Just make sure both devices are on the same network and your TV should appear in the list of available devices in the app. Tap to connect to it.
Alternatively, you can connect to TV by entering your Roku TVs IP.
3. Tap on the Screen Recording Button
Tap the screen recording button in the app. If you are on iOS 11, the button should appear in the control center of your device. If it doesn’t appear, then:
Go to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls, then tap next to Screen Recording.
4. Select Mirror for Roku
After tapping on the screen recording button you need to make sure that Mirror for Roku is selected.
5. Start mirroring iPhone to Roku
Tap start broadcast and wait a while. Your device screen will start casting on your Roku TV.
You can watch the video tutorial below to connect your phone to your Roku TV and start screen mirroring in no time.
You can easily cast any content on your Roku TV from the app with high-quality playback and sound.
Try it and share your valuable feedback with us in the comments below!