Roku, one of the largest connected TV platforms, can now play YouTube videos via second screen app Twonky. With airplay-like functionality, Twonky beams YouTube videos and other media in a very simple UI. While Google still does not provide a YouTube app on the platform, Twonky is a step in that direction.
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