Apr 21, 2021
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From Roku to Amazon Fire Stick to Apple TV to Chromecast, here are our favorite devices to stream Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney Plus, YouTube and more on your TV.
So you need a new device to connect to your TV to stream video, but you're not sure which one? We've got you covered. This guide will help you find the best streaming device -- something you'll likely use every day for hours at a time to watch movies and TV shows. We've reviewed every major smart TV system and most streaming devices on the market today, including Amazon, Roku, Google Chromecast and Apple TV. With the exception of smart TVs that actually run streaming software from Amazon, Google or Roku, these add-on streaming devices often have more apps, simpler remotes, better search and more frequent updates than the smarts built into your set.
Note that this list could be updated with new products from Roku and Apple soon. The biggest name in streaming hardware, Roku, just announced a new $40 player called the Roku Express 4K Plus that could challenge the Streaming Stick Plus for supremacy (and Roku owners looking to upgrade their remotes might want to check out the new $30 Roku Voice Remote Pro).
And at the high end of the market, Apple just unveiled a new $180 Apple TV 4K with a couple of slick upgrades including, yes, an all new Siri remote control. Apple is also selling the remote separately for $59.
Both new streaming players will be available in May, at which point we'll review them. In the meantime, here's our favorite streaming devices available now.
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